NEW DELHI: The Indian Home Minister accused Pakistan of helping terrorists enter Indian territory, reported CNN-IBN on Sunday.
"We have information that Pakistan is helping terrorists to enter our territory,” alleged Sushil Kumar Shinde, the Indian home minister.
“We are on alert,” he added.
“When I was in Jammu and Kashmir, locals ask me to remove the army from the valley but I told them we can’t till the situation is peaceful,” added the Indian home minister.
He said that he told the people he would “remove the army when the situation is peaceful".
Pakistan and India face constant tensions and have been trying to resolve these through visits and trade.
Earlier, President Asif Ali Zardari visited India and invited his counterpart to Pakistan.
Recently, the Indian defence ministry claimed that Pakistani soldiers fired heavy weapons into Indian-administered Kashmir and killed three civilians.
India also accused Pakistan of stirring the panic that led to an exodus of people from northwest India.