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India may not engage with Pakistan in near future
With the snow set to melt in the upper reaches, India will look for infiltration attempts by Pak-based terrorists and its actions to foment unrest in the Kashmir Valley. However, India doesn’t want to keep the silence at the hostility level. Therefore meetings and prisoner exchanges will go on as usual.
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