`India, Pak should start joint anti-militancy operations`
Jammu: India and Pakistan should come together against terrorism and hold joint anti-militancy operations in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir, a spiritual body said on Sunday.
"India and Pakistan should join hands against terrorism and jointly launch anti-militancy operations in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir and destroy the training camps there," chairman of Anjuman Minhaje Rasool (AMR) Syed Athar Dehlavi told reporters here.
Dehlavi said in view of change of government at the Centre, the two countries must launch a joint operation against militancy so that both the nations live in peace.
He welcomed the move of the Central government for the return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits to the Valley and said Kashmir was incomplete without them.
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