World news – According to the MHA, terrorist attacks in J&K are declining, but cross-border gunfire has increased



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Updated on:

March 17, 2021

6:22 pm (ACTUAL)

The central government announced on Wednesday that the terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir had decreased significantly in the past three years, but the number of cross-border shots from Pakistan had abruptly increased.

In response to a question in Rajya Sabha, Union Minister of State (MoS) for Homeland G Kishen Reddy, he replied: “In the past three years, terrorist attacks and attempts at infiltration from across the border in Jammu and Kashmir have decreased significantly. However, in the past three years, cases of fire from across the border have increased. “

The minister shared the details of the decreasing number of terrorist attacks in Union territory (UT) and said they had decreased from 614 in 2018 to 244 in 2020. He went on to say that the number of civilian killings fell from 39 in 2018 to 37 in 2020 and security personnel deaths from 91 in 2018 to 62 in 2020. However, Reddy claimed the cases of Shelling from Pakistan had increased from 2,140 in 2018 to 5,133 in 2020.

While responding to another question about the delivery of weapons to infiltrators by drones, the minister said: « Certain cases of weapons being delivered by drones across the Pakistani border, security and law enforcement agencies have come to the knowledge. « 

However, Reddy claimed the government had taken various steps to address these challenges, including effective 24/7 surveillance, streamlining intelligence, building capacities, patrolling the borders and raising the awareness of the local population in border areas, setting up observation posts sten, border fences, floodlights and the use of modern and high-tech monitoring devices, etc.

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