TOP 5 News: If Pak behaves, J&K restrictions can ease: Doval

07 Sep 2019 07:42 PM

TOP 5 News: If Pak behaves, J&K restrictions can ease: Doval

Updated 07 Sep 2019 07:42 PM

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Saturday said out of 199 police stations in Jammu and Kashmir, only 10 continue to have restrictions and ease of the clampdown in the erstwhile state is completely dependent on Pakistan's behaviour.

The NSA, who has been in the state for the last two weeks to monitor security and intelligence issues, said the government has intercepted signals from the communication towers just 20 km off the border.

"We want all the restrictions to go, but it depends on how Pakistan behaves. It's a stimulant and response situation

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