Indian Army’s reply to Pakistan on border: Four posts destroyed


Pakistan is constantly trying to infiltrate the ceasefire on the border. But the Indian jawans are also retelling Pakistan’s “nefarious” objections. As a result, there have been reports of three or four Pak soldiers being involved in the attacks in many sectors of Jammu and Kashmir, and at least four posts have also been destroyed, from where they used to help intruders.

A woman officer of BSF, killed 2 Pakistani soldiers, had said that neighboring country does not want India to have an atmosphere of peace. That’s why he is doing such acts. Even though our youngsters are answering them with a contempt.

In the meantime, let just tell you that four posts of Pakistani army have been ruined within five hundred meters across the LoC. It is being told that for the past few days, the Pakistani army was continuously firing at Indian posts by targeting these four posts. These posts were repeatedly attempts to get the terrorists to enter the Indian territory.

On Sunday, Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT) had also tried to enter the Indian territory in Poonch’s standing Karmada sector. While retaliating, the Indian Army had also stacked one member of the bat, while two to three others were injured.

On Wednesday, Chief of the Northern Command Lieutenant General D Anbu and Lieutenant General Saranjeet Singh (Commander of the 16 Corps) visited the advance areas of the Rajouri-Sunderbani sector, along with senior officers of the army. Also issued several guidelines, after which the Pakistani army’s video shoots has been revealed. The video shows that four posts of Pakistani army have been destroyed in response to a counter-response by India’s rocket launcher.

On Thursday, three houses were damaged in the Uri sector. Although the Pakistani guns were quiet after the retaliation of the Indian soldiers, but there is tension in the adjoining areas with the LoC in North Kashmir. People living in those areas have been advised not to go out of the homes unnecessarily. Along with this, the army has resorted to intensive search operations in the wake of the infiltration in those areas.

This is the second and fourth issue of the ceasefire violation in the Uri sector by the Pakistani army in the past four days. On Monday this week, Pakistani troops fired at Indian targets in the same area of ​​Uri sector, in which three were injured. On Tuesday, a BSF trooper was killed in a Pakistani gunfight in the Tangdhar sector, and on Wednesday, in the operation of the Indian army, besides the destruction of a Pakistani post, two Pakistani soldiers were also killed.

According to the officials concerned, at 8:00 in the morning, Pakistani soldiers stationed in the Hajipur sector of Ghulam Kashmir, targeted the Churanda, Tilawari, other villages and the army posts in Uri sector including rostam and tika checkpoints. Indian soldiers also responded to Pakistani firing.


About Dawn Richard

In addition to writing for NextColumn, Dawn Richard contributes to other publications including Sensiblereason and Natural News. He studied Computer Science and Journalism at Boston University, and also worked in BBC as well as in the public sectors.

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