Even as life seems to have returned to normal in this border township in Jammu and Kashmir nearly a month after firings from across the border, people here still spend sleepless nights fearing that Pakistan might once again try to "stab them in the back".
Asserting that Pakistan has been given a "befitting" reply for violating ceasefire, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Islamabad would not dare to disturb peace at the border anytime soon.
Shahi Imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari Thursday triggered a controversy by inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as well as political leaders in India but not Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the anointment ceremony of his son on November 22.
Pakistan's Punjab Assembly on Wednesday unanimously adopted a resolution condemning "Indian aggression" at the International Border and appealed to the international community to take notice of the situation.
Continuing its attempts to internationalise the Kashmir issue, Pakistan has raised the matter with the UN chief, saying the world body's engagement would add to its credibility in managing crisis situations.
Pakistan on Tuesday held a detailed briefing for Islamabad-based foreign diplomats on the tension along the border with India, as part of efforts to highlight the Kashmir issue at the international level.
Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday said that around 28,000 people, affected by the cross border firing along the International Border in Jammu district, have been shifted to various temporary shelters in the state.