India said Friday it had destroyed a large mountain base of Muslim guerrillas inside Kashmir but noted there was no sign yet that Pakistan had stopped supporting the rebels. More than 60 guerrillas, most of them from Pakistan-based groups fighting Indian rule in Kashmir, have been killed so far in one of the biggest air and ground operations launched by the Indian army in recent years, a senior officer said. A cache of weapons, including anti-personnel mines, and medical supplies, rations and satellite and mobile phones were found in a network of bunkers and a command headquarters hidden deep in the mountains. “This was a classic guerrilla mountain base, secure and remote,” said Major General Hardev Lidder who commanded an operation that began last month. Full Story
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