India is in talks with Israel to deploy Israeli-made radar technology to monitor the troubled border of Kashmir, The Jerusalem Post reported Friday.

Representatives from India’s Border Security Force are due in the country later this month to undergo training in the operation of the system which reputedly has the capability to track human and vehicular movement even in dense foliage.

According to India Today, the Indian authorities will set up a round-the-clock control room to monitor the signals received from the Israeli radar emplacements in Kashmir and along the Line of Control between India and Pakistan.

Indian security officials say that they plan to install the array in the jungles of Kashmir to help stop alleged militants infiltrating. It is part of an overall border security plan modeled after Israeli technology.

Earlier on Friday, Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry invited his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar to visit Islamabad in the last week of August for talks on Kashmir issue.

Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria in a statement said that Aizaz Chaudhry handed over his reply, which is to be delivered to S Jaishankar, to Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale.

The letter read that India should resolve Kashmir issue through dialogues. It also stressed implementation of UN resolution in order to put an end to the ongoing situation in Indian-held Kashmir.

Earlier this week, Pakistan had invited India to hold talks on Kashmir after Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry wrote a letter to his Indian counterpart, asking him to visit Islamabad.

India responded to the invitation on Wednesday. New Delhi, however, also pushed for talks on "certain other issues". Sources also said that India “rejects in their entirety the self-serving allegations regarding the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, which is an integral part of India”.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra, in his address on August 15, India’s Independence Day, sparked controversy when he claimed: "People of Balochistan, Gilgit and PoK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) have thanked me a lot in past few days, I am grateful to them."

Tensions between Pakistan and India have been running high since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani sparked anti-government protests in India-held Kashmir, with over 60 people dead in clashes between protesters and Indian authorities.