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Pakistani militant captured in Kashmir after attack

Indian security personnel stand next to the body of a suspected militant after an attack at the Jammu-Srinagar national highway near Udhampur, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
Indian security personnel stand next to the body of a suspected militant after an attack at the Jammu-Srinagar national highway near Udhampur, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

Indian strengths caught a Pakistani aggressor on Wednesday after a lethal assault on a military convoy in the debated Kashmir district, Indian authorities said.

The allegation could further raise strain between the atomic outfitted neighbors taking after a late assault on an Indian police headquarters in which seven individuals were murdered and irregular conflicts on their debated outskirt in Kashmir.

A gathering of activists assaulted an armed force caravan in the south of Jammu and Kashmir state prior on Wednesday, killing two troopers and injuring eight.

India has since a long time ago blamed Pakistan for pushing separatist Muslim activists into India’s Kashmir to instigate revolt in India’s Muslim-larger part locale, which both nations claim. Muslim Pakistan says it just gives good and strategic backing to the Kashmiri individuals in their battle for self-determination.

A week ago, shooters raged a police headquarters and slaughtered seven individuals in Punjab, south of Kashmir. India said the shooters had originated from Pakistan, as per an investigation of a GPS beacon they conveyed.

The administration had requested security powers to attempt to take the aggressors squatted in the police headquarters alive to nail down confirmation of their personalities. In any case, the men were killed in the day-long operation.

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