India’s Foreign Ministry has said after car bombing in the Indian-held Kashmir that the United States supports India’s right to self-defence against terror attacks and cross-border infiltration.
Tensions have risen between the two neighbouring countries.
The United States National Security Adviser John Bolton spoke to the Indian Security Adviser Ajit Doval after the attack.
He said the attackers must be brought to justice.
He also promised to help the Indian foreign ministry morally and in any way it was needed.
The two officials vowed to work together against all regional and global threats.
According to reports, a suicide attack was carried out by Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), a banned militant outfit.
The Indian authorities are asking to take action against Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM).
Reportedly, 44 paramilitary policemen were killed in occupied Kashmir.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said a strong response would be given by the India.
Pakistan strongly condemned the attack and rejected India’s allegations.