America: Do not travel near the Indo Pak border, cited as crime and terrorism, said: be careful


Agency, Washington.

Published by: Yogesh sahu
Updated Wed, Nov 17 2021 02:19 AM IST

Summary

The US State Department has issued an advisory to India urging US citizens not to travel within a 10 km radius of the India-Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir due to terrorist threats and civil unrest and fears. of armed conflict.

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The United States has issued second- and third-tier travel advisories for India and Pakistan, asking Americans to exercise caution when traveling. He has asked American citizens to reconsider traveling to Pakistan and asked those traveling to India to be cautious, citing crime and terrorism.

The US State Department has issued an advisory to India urging US citizens not to travel within a 10 km radius of the India-Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir due to terrorist threats and civil unrest and fears. of armed conflict. According to Indian authorities, rape is one of the fastest growing crimes in India, the advisory said.

Violent crimes, such as sexual harassment, have also come to the fore in tourist destinations and elsewhere. He said terrorists can attack tourist places, transportation bases, markets, shopping malls and government institutions without warning. In the warning issued to Pakistan, it has been urged not to travel to Baluchistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, citing the threat of terrorist attacks and kidnappings.

Terrorists planning attacks in Pakistan
The US travel advisory said terrorist groups are still planning attacks in Pakistan. The local history of terrorism and ideological aspirations for violence by extremist elements has led to indiscriminate attacks against civilian and local military and police targets. These attacks can continue even now. That said, Pakistan has a limited capacity to provide emergency services to Americans.

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The United States has issued second- and third-tier travel advisories for India and Pakistan, asking Americans to exercise caution when traveling. He has asked American citizens to reconsider traveling to Pakistan and asked those traveling to India to be cautious, citing crime and terrorism.

The US State Department has issued an advisory to India urging US citizens not to travel within a 10 km radius of the India-Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir due to terrorist threats and civil unrest and fears. of armed conflict. According to Indian authorities, rape is one of the fastest growing crimes in India, the advisory said.

Violent crimes, such as sexual harassment, have also come to the fore in tourist destinations and elsewhere. He said terrorists can attack tourist places, transportation bases, markets, shopping malls and government institutions without warning. In the warning issued to Pakistan, it has been urged not to travel to Baluchistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, citing the threat of terrorist attacks and kidnappings.

Terrorists planning attacks in Pakistan

The US travel advisory said terrorist groups are still planning attacks in Pakistan. The local history of terrorism and ideological aspirations for violence by extremist elements has led to indiscriminate attacks against civilian and local military and police targets. These attacks can continue even now. That said, Pakistan has a limited capacity to provide emergency services to Americans.


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