India Thursday directly accused Pakistan's army of involvement in a deadly ambush against its troops in Kashmir, as Pakistan's prime minister tried to ease tensions over the attack.
Indian Army soldiers patrol in Mendhar village near the Line of Control in the Poonch district of the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir on January 9, 2013. India's government on Thursday for the first time directly accused Pakistan's army of involvement in a deadly ambush on its troops in Kashmir, amid uproar over its handling of the attack.
Indian Defence Minister A. K. Antony also hinted at stronger military action along the Line of Control (LoC) where the ambush overnight Monday saw five Indian soldiers killed, amid opposition claims the government was going soft on Islamabad.
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