According to a report published by Reuters, most of the terrorists in PoK have now resorted to other activities to give the ongoing Indo-Pak talks a chance.
The report quotes Abdul Aziz Alvi, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir as saying, "We have not given up arms, jihad, but are just giving another chance to talks...If India does not understand the language of negotiation, then guns will start speaking."
JuD which acts as an charity organisation, is according to the United Nations, a front of the Lashkar-e-Taiba(LeT), a terror outfit indulged in proxy war against India.
In Mar 2011, India agreed to talk with Pakistan on a host of matters including terrorism to resolve long-standing issues between them. The peace process between the hostile neighbours was derailed after militants acting at the behest of Pakistan-based organisations sneaked in to Mumbai, and launched an indiscriminate massacre that killed 166 people.