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India asks Pak to stop proxy war

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LUCKNOW/NEW DELHI, Jan 13 � On a day when the US asked Pakistan to fight all terror groups, India today warned that �pro-active� steps will be taken to deal with the �proxy war� supported by the neighbouring country and said a �difference� will be seen in the next six months, reports PTI.

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, while sending a tough message to Pakistan over ceasefire violations and infiltrations by militants, also said it would be ensured that the �enemy� doesn�t show any more interest in proxy war. At the same time, he said India wanted peace with Pakistan.

Parrikar�s remarks came even as Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh accused Pakistan of continuing to support �proxy war� in Jammu and Kashmir despite suffering casualties due to terror on its soil.

Asking Pakistan to target all militant groups, US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters in Islamabad that terror outfits like LeT, Taliban and the Haqqani network posed a threat to countries in the region like India and also to the US.

�On proxy war, the government is very clear about what is happening. We have taken a stand and though I will not like to tell you what is the exact action we are taking... You will be able to see the difference by the time summer gets over. In the next six months you will see the difference in actual figures,� Parrikar told a press conference in Lucknow.

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India asks Pak to stop proxy war

LUCKNOW/NEW DELHI, Jan 13 � On a day when the US asked Pakistan to fight all terror groups, India today warned that �pro-active� steps will be taken to deal with the �proxy war� supported by the neighbouring country and said a �difference� will be seen in the next six months, reports PTI.

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, while sending a tough message to Pakistan over ceasefire violations and infiltrations by militants, also said it would be ensured that the �enemy� doesn�t show any more interest in proxy war. At the same time, he said India wanted peace with Pakistan.

Parrikar�s remarks came even as Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh accused Pakistan of continuing to support �proxy war� in Jammu and Kashmir despite suffering casualties due to terror on its soil.

Asking Pakistan to target all militant groups, US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters in Islamabad that terror outfits like LeT, Taliban and the Haqqani network posed a threat to countries in the region like India and also to the US.

�On proxy war, the government is very clear about what is happening. We have taken a stand and though I will not like to tell you what is the exact action we are taking... You will be able to see the difference by the time summer gets over. In the next six months you will see the difference in actual figures,� Parrikar told a press conference in Lucknow.

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