Kashmir: Infiltration Rises in 2007 Deflates Hopes for Peace

KASHMIR : HOPES OF PEACE BUT NO TRANQUILITY AHEAD   Key Trends The Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir indicated that demilitarization is not an option at present due to high levels of violence. Infiltration has reportedly increased during the month with comparative figures twice that in same period in 2006. Government proposes measures to seek UN ban on leaders of LeT and JeM. Hurriyat Conference continues commitment to resolution of Kashmir issue through talks. Strategic links in Eastern Ladakh approved for up gradation.   Demilitarization Not an Option at Present Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Ghulam Nabi Azad indicated that, "There have been 110 civilian killings by the militants during the last three months whil...
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