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Jammu terror strike: After Sunjuwan attack, Pakistan 'warns' India against conducting cross-border raids along LoC

Firstpost Monday, 12 February 2018
Pakistan warned India against cross-border strikes in the disputed region of Kashmir after authorities blamed a Pakistan-based group for an attack on Sunjuwan army camp in which soldiers and their families were targeted
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News video: India Says Pak Will Have To Pay For Jammu Attacks

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Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman warned Pakistan about the Sunjwan army attack and said it will pay for this misadventure. Blaming Masood Azhar’s Jaish-e-Mohammad for the attack on the Sunjuwan military station in which five soldiers and one civilian lost their lives.

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