The ceasefire has been violated by the Pakistani military. Despite repeated openings with the Indian Army, Pakistan is not deterring its nefarious antics. On the cross-border firing by Pakistan, the Indian Army is giving a befitting reply and, in response, has destroyed several outposts in Pakistan. According to military sources, 3 to 4 soldiers from Pakistan were killed in Indian operations.
The Indian Army is giving a befitting reply to the warning from across the border from Pakistan. Now the Indian Army destroyed many Pakistan Rangers along with destroying the army of Pakistani Army. Violating the ceasefire on the LoC has once again hardened the Pakistani Army. In retaliation, the Indian Army has destroyed the army of the Pakistani Army. With this, the Indian Army has also stacked 3-4 Pakistani Rangers. In fact, on Thursday night, Pakistan had violated ceasefire and fired mortars in Poonch-Rajouri sector.
At the same time, Indian soldiers also fired heavily on Pakistani soldiers, in revenge for their martyrdom. In retaliation, Indian jawans destroyed a Pakistani watchdog check post in Deva area of Tagke. Two Pak soldiers were killed while two to three injured are also said to be present. Army sources said that the Indian Army is targeting Indian civilians with guns and mortars. If sources are to be believed, India’s Rani Army has secretly increased the deployment of its soldiers in the villages . They also opened fire in Shahpur and Kirani sectors of Puche district.
Indian Army personnel responded to the Pakistani Army’s shelling in the Tangodar sector of North Kashmir last week and on Sunday, wreaking havoc in one of its Brigade Headquarters and SSG Unit Headquarters in the Neelum Valley. After this, the Pakistani Army remained completely calm till Tuesday night. Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh of the Northern Command of the Army has also visited the areas adjacent to the LoC in North Kashmir on Tuesday.