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Indian Army retaliates ceasefire violation in J&K, 2 Pak soldiers killed

Aditya Vaibhav, New Delhi : Pakistan has once again acted in a contemptuous manner on the border in Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan has not followed the ceasefire at the border resulting into heavy shelling. There has been heavy firing from Pakistan.

Responding to the unprovoked firing, the Indian Army has also given a befitting reply to Pakistan. In which, 2 soldiers of Pakistan were killed and a post completely ruined. Pakistani army violated the ceasefire in Palanwala sector. The bodies of killed duo are lying on the LoC. Significantly, on Friday night, Pakistan had targeted forward posts.

“In response to ceasefire violation by Pakistan Army positions in the Neelum vallley in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, Indian Army positions retaliated strongly,” army sources said.

If media reports are to be believed, there has been heavy firing from Pakistan in Tangdhar and Kanjhalwan sectors of Jammu and Kashmir. No damage, however, has been reported yet. Pakistan did not learn anything despite the Indian Army having taught a befitting lesson.

After Palanwala and Tangdhar, now the Pakistani Army has violated the ceasefire from the Neelum Valley of PoK. The Indian Army is giving a befitting reply to this nefarious act of Pakistan.

After the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, there has been continuous unrest on the border. Pakistan has severely broken the ceasefire in violation of the ceasefire, but in the current year, one and a half times more ceasefire has been broken than in the previous year.

Pakistan has continuously unrest on the outskirts and harassed the people living on the outskirts along with the soldiers.

Since 5 August 2019, Pakistan has violated the ceasefire on the LoC 950 times. In 2019, the ceasefire has been violated 2,400 times so far. Last year, the ceasefire was broken 1,800 times. People living on the outskirts of the ceasefire ceaselessly have had trouble living. From Pakistan, residential areas are being targeted every day.

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