The General Officer Commanding of Chinar Corps, Lieutenant General Subrata Saha, on Wednesday said that there is a need to take lessons from the recent terror attacks and disclosed that the security forces are on high alert to thwart any infiltration attempt along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir despite the unfavourable weather conditions.
In view of the recent twin terrorist attacks in Kathua and Samba, a top Army official has visited the Army formations along the International Border in Samba sector here and reviewed the security situation.
Intelligence Bureau (IB) has issued an alert to Ministry of Home Affairs about a possible infiltration bid and terror attack by the banned militant outfits Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen in Samba and Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, reports claimed on Monday.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed said on Monday that Pakistan should be told not to allow cross-border elements to this side so that border remains peaceful adding that border was a great challenge and he would leave no stone unturned to ensure peace at the border with Pakistan.
The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Sunday witnessed noisy scenes after members of BJP shouted anti-Pakistan slogans condemning the twin terrorist attacks in Samba and Kathua and demanded a resolution in the House declaring Pakistan a "terrorist state".
Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Sunday passed a resolution condemning the recent twin terror attacks in Samba and Kathua districts of Jammu region and asked Indian government to "impress upon" Pakistan to take measures for preventing such "dastardly acts" in future.
Confusion and noise marred the budget session proceedings of the Jammu and Kashmir assembly on Sunday as the opposition demanded a resolution over the twin terror attacks in Kathua and Samba districts.
Congress on Saturday condemned the terror attacks in Kathua and Samba districts, saying such incidents cannot break the resolve of the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir even as it blamed the Centre of being "soft" towards Pakistan.
In the first terror attack after Jammu and Kashmir got a new government on March 1, a civilian and three security personnel were killed on Friday when two guerrillas stormed a police station before being gunned down.