Even though things picked up, it’ll take a while for life to be normal. Even now residents of the Akalgarh village, neighbouring the base find their main road to the highway cut off by the police as the army carries on its combing operations. Akalgarh was where the kidnapped SP’s car was found early morning on January 1, and a kilometre away, said locals, is where the terrorists are thought to have entered the base. The only way for the world and the village to access each other are through longer, winding dusty roads that take one through the dried bed of a rivulet, where commuters on cars, bikes and feet pick their way through pebbles and stones.

Aradhna Wal

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