Jammu: BJP Monday asserted that the increasing trend of terror activities in Jammu and Kashmir needs to be curtailed through a well coordinated and intelligence based strategy so that the ongoing peace efforts in the Valley do not suffer a setback.
"The resurging trend of violence needs to be curtailed forthwith through a well coordinated and intelligence-based strategy so as to ensure that the ongoing efforts to bring peace do not suffer a setback," BJP National Executive Member & J&K chief spokesperson, Jitendra Singh told reporters here.
Singh also expressed concern over sudden rise in the number of security force casualties as a result of these attacks.
Presenting a chronology of recent terror attacks in the state, the BJP leader said that on 24 June 2013, a Rashtriya Rifles convoy was attacked in Hyderpora area resulting in the death of eight soldiers ahead of PM`s visit to the state.
In another attack on March 13, 2013, the militants stormed a Central Reserve Police Force camp in Bemina area of Srinagar, killing five jawans, he added.