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Poll | Should India continue to engage with Pakistan in light of firing at LOC and Gurdaspur attack?

india Updated: Jul 29, 2015 13:35 IST
Hindustan Times
India-Pakistan talks,Ufa,Gurdaspur attack

GPS devices found on three militants killed during the terror attack at Gurdaspur in Punjab suggest they came from Pakistan across Ravi river, a finding that could ratchet up India-Pakistan diplomatic tensions amid renewed peace efforts.

The 11-hour siege on Monday ended after government forces surrounded the building in Dinanagar town and gunned down the three militants suspected to be from Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). The area’s superintendent of police (detective), Baljit Singh, was among those killed, apart from three security personnel and three civilians.

The terror strike came weeks after prime ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif met in Russia and agreed that top security officers from the two countries would meet to discuss counter-terrorism.

In the last few weeks, there have some incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the international border as well.

Read: Talks set to go ahead, but Pakistan terror on India hitlist

First Published: Jul 29, 2015 13:24 IST