With no letup in cross-border terrorist attacks in Kashmir, India has decided to mount a major diplomatic offensive against Pakistan.
Official sources said External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh has put off his scheduled 12-day visit to Kenya, Tanzania and Mauritius from May 27 in view of the present circumstances.
Indian heads of missions have been asked to apprise the host countries of Pakistan's nefarious designs. The foreign missions in India, too, have been updated on developments in Indo-Pak ties.
After the December 13 attack on Parliament, India had announced stiff measures, including withdrawing its high commissioner from Islamabad, asking Pakistan to reduce by 50 per cent staff strength of its mission and snapping road and air links.
Following Tuesday's attacks near Jammu, the government is examining a number of options, the sources said, adding that New Delhi's response would be "calibrated" and "well-considered" after taking stock of the situation in its "entirety".
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