Talking to mediapersons in New Delhi, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that Pakistan will have to pay for humiliating and bleeding Indian soldiers.

Earlier in the day expressing concern over relentless cease fire violations Omar said, “I hope that there is some rethink on this (calling off of talks with Pakistan)."
Omar said that the ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) and the international border were a ‘matter of very serious concern’.

Omar said that as the communication between India and Pakistan has broken down, he does not know how the Centre will resolve the issue of ceasefire violations and its effects on the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
"Given the breakdown in communication between India and Pakistan, I don't know how Narendra Modi government plans to resolve this issue but they have an obligation to resolve it because they promised the people of this country 'acche din' (good days)," he said.

India had called off Foreign Secretary level talks with Pakistan after Islamabad's envoy to New Delhi Abdul Basit went ahead with meetings with separatist leaders from Kashmir even after he was asked by the Centre to desist from it.

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