India said Thursday it has information that Pakistan is trying to aid infiltration of "terrorists" across the border.
Raveesh Kumar, a spokesman for the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, made the statement at a briefing in New Delhi.
According to local news reports, security has been beefed up at key ports in Gujarat state following information of possible infiltrators.
He also said India strongly condemned statements made by the Pakistani leadership on the Kashmir issue, which he described as an internal matter.
“Pakistan needs to understand that the world has seen through their provocative and unsubstantiated rhetoric which is based on lies and deceit,” Kumar said.
Kumar said the situation in Indian-administered Kashmir would return to normal as soon as possible.
“We have received information that Pakistan is trying to aid terrorists to infiltrate (across the border). And our demand is, which is also the demand of the international community, and their (Pakistan's) international obligation, that Pakistan strongly investigates the terrorist groups and organizations present there. Investigate them in a way that they can't return here and carry out cross border terrorism,” he said.
He stressed that the local government was acting with maturity and restraint. "Not a single life has been lost. Not a single live bullet has been fired," he said.
Kashmir has remained tense since August 5 when the Indian government revoked the special status of the disputed region, including the right to its own constitution.
The move was fiercely condemned by Pakistan, which - like India - claims the entirety of Kashmir as its own.