NEW DELHI, April 26 (1990): India’s crackdown on Moslem Kashmiri militants is showing signs of at least temporary success, easing fears of a fourth war with Pakistan it had provoked, officials and diplomats say.
“The security forces are on top now in the (Kashmir) Valley, which reduces the pressure on the government to go into Pakistani-occupied Kashmir and take out the militant training camps,” said one senior Indian official.
“Things are looking better, but this is going to be a long drawn out thing. I’m no dove on Pakistan, but this gives us time to take a measured, thought-out approach,” he said.
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