(In Pics) Border tense, Indians overwhelmed with anger

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After the Baramulla terror attack an hour ago, Indians see no bound to their anger, which reflects on Twitter and other social media sites. Some also give leash to their anger in public stomping the Pakistani flag and condemning the incessant attacks by the neighbouring country. 

The rage is widespread with people unitedly attacking the government and its defence policies. 

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Here are some pictures:

The exodus

Akhnoor: Border villagers in the close vicinity of the India-Pakistan border evacuate their homes for a safer place, at Pallawala village of Akhnoor sector, about 60km from Jammu on Saturday. PTI

the exodus

Akhnoor: Border villagers in the close vicinity of the India-Pakistan border evacuate their homes for a safer place, at Pallawala village of Akhnoor sector, about 60km from Jammu on Saturday. PTI

Attention!

Akhnoor: BSF personnel keep tight vigil at the India and Pakistan International Border at Gakhrial of Akhnoor sector about 55 km from Jammu on Saturday.PTI

Keeping an eye

Akhnoor: A BSF jawan keeps vigil at the India and Pakistan International Border at Gakhrial of Akhnoor sector about 55 km from Jammu on Saturday. PTI

Ready to strike

Akhnoor: Indian Army vehicles move towards border areas in Akhnoor sector on India Pakistan Border at Akhnoor sector 35 km about from Jammu on Saturday. PTI

Hate for a reason

Patna: LJP activists burn posters of Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif and Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Hafiz Muhammad Saeed during a protest against the terror attack at Uri Army base in Patna on Saturday. PTI

We are united

Ajmer : A Muslim girl puts her shoe on Pakistani flag over a tank that was brought after Indo-Pak war in 1971, during a rally in support of Indian army in Ajmer on Sunday. PTI

The guardian angels APA

Bagsar : Pakistan army soldiers gather at a forward area post on the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between Pakistan and India, in Tatta Pani, some 199 kilometers (123 miles) from Islamabad, Pakistan, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. The latest tensions were sparked by a militant attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir that killed 18 Indian soldiers. Both countries claim the Himalayan territory Kashmir, which is split between Indian and Pakistani-controlled zones. Pakistani officials said two of their soldiers were killed and nine others were wounded in the latest exchanges at five different places along the disputed border.

In a dilemma

Tatta Pani : Pakistani Kashmiri villagers watch an army helicopter landing at a post area close to the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between Pakistan and India, in Tatta Pani, some 199 kilometers (123 miles) from Islamabad, Pakistan, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. The latest tensions were sparked by a militant attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir that killed 18 Indian soldiers. Both countries claim the Himalayan territory Kashmir, which is split between Indian and Pakistani-controlled zones. Pakistani officials said two of their soldiers were killed and nine others were wounded in the latest exchanges at five different places along the disputed border. AP

A tense day at school

Bagsar : Pakistani Kashmiri youngsters gather in their school while watching an army helicopter landing at a post area close to the Line of Control (LOC), that divides Kashmir between Pakistan and India, at Bagsar village in Bhimber, some 166 kilometers (103 miles) from Islamabad, some 199 kilometers (123 miles) from Islamabad, Pakistan, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. The latest tensions were sparked by a militant attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir that killed 18 Indian soldiers. Both countries claim the Himalayan territory Kashmir, which is split between Indian and Pakistani-controlled zones. Pakistani officials said two of their soldiers were killed and nine others were wounded in the latest exchanges at five different places along the disputed border. AP

The Pak cheers

Wagha : Pakistani spectators wave their national flags during a daily border closing ceremony at the Wagha border post in Pakistan, Saturday, Oct 1, 2016. A routine daily flag-lowering ceremony at an Indian-Pakistani border crossing has become a show of strength and patriotism on the Pakistani side thanks to simmering tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors. AP

The confrontation

Wagha : Pakistani border guards in black uniform take part in a daily border closing ceremony with their Indian counterpart at the Wagha border post in Pakistan, Saturday, Oct 1, 2016. A routine daily flag-lowering ceremony at an Indian-Pakistani border crossing has become a show of strength and patriotism on the Pakistani side thanks to simmering tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors. PTI

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