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‘Indo-Pak ceasefire will have no bearing on counter-terrorism ops in J&K’

IndiaTimes Saturday, 27 February 2021
The Army’s northern commander Lt Gen Y K Joshi on Saturday said the agreement between India and Pakistan to adhere to the ceasefire pact along the Line of Control (LoC) would not affect counter-terrorism operations in Jammu and Kashmir.
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