New Delhi: India Monday asked Pakistan to put an immediate end to ceasefire violations along the border in Jammu and Kashmir as the ground realities in the country had changed.
"Pakistan should realise that the situation in India has changed now," Home Minister Rajnath Singh told reporters on the sidelines of a function.
He was reacting to the ceasefire violations by Pakistan in Jammu district in which five villagers were killed and 29 injured.
The Narendra Modi government had adopted a tough stance vis-a-vis Pakistan and even cancelled Foreign Secretary level talks in August after Pakistan embassy in New Delhi had called separatist leaders from Kashmir for consultations.
Singh said he has spoken to BSF Director General D K Pathak to get first hand information about the situation in Arina area along the International Border in Jammu region.
"DG, BSF has been instructed to rush to the border areas of J&K where incidents of ceasefire violations have been reported," he said.
Last time Singh had asked the BSF chief to give a befitting reply to Pakistan for violating the ceasefire in the state.
Congress and BJP said the ceasefire violations by Pakistan were a "serious" issue and it should desist from such activities.
"Whatever Pakistan is doing is certainly a serious matter. And we want to tell Pakistan that indulging in such activities is not good for that country," BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said.