Pakistan’s repeated ceasefire violations responded Indian Army. In retaliation, three Pakistani soldiers were killed and several Pakistani soldiers were injured in Nowshera sector of Kashmir.
At the same time, some of Pakistan’s forward posts were retaliated in retaliation by the Indian Army.
J&K: Pakistan violated ceasefire at about 3 pm today in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district. Indian Army is retaliating.
— ANI (@ANI) January 10, 2021
Let me tell you that Pakistani soldiers are continuously targeting the Nowshera sector in violation of the ceasefire. The Indian Army took stern action in response to the ceasefire violation by Pakistan on Sunday. In retaliation, 3 Pak soldiers were killed and several Pak soldiers were injured.
According to reports, the terrorists were trying to infiltrate from Pakistan. The Indian Army spotted a group of militants on the other side of the border in the Kolasia region of the LOC in Nowshera sector of Rajouri, where Pakistani The soldiers were giving cover fire to the militant group. As the terrorists were trying to enter India, the Indian Army turned their hopes on them and Pakistan responded swiftly. the firing has stopped in that area for now.
The neighboring country also targeted Balakot and Kathua
Apart from this, firing was also targeted by the posts in Balakot sector of Poonch district from Pakistan, to which strict response was given. Similarly, on Saturday late night, firing has been carried out by Pak side by targeting the posts in Hiranagar on the IB of Kathua.
Strong response was also given from this side. Security has been tightened on the entire IB and LoC in view of Pakistan’s latest efforts. Army officials say that LOC firing has been done from the neighboring country, which gave a strong response from this side.
Pakistani troops have broken a 17-year record for violating the ceasefire to allow terrorists to enter India. As of 28 December, Pakistan had violated the ceasefire on the LoC 4,700 times. And in violation of the ceasefire, Pakistan has used all types of weapons from small to large and has targeted innocent villagers including the Indian Army.