Pakistan Army violated Border Ceasefire for second time!

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Pakistan Army violated border ceasefire

PAKISTAN ARMY VIOLATED BORDER CEASEFIRE:

JAMMU: In the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, Pakistan Army violated border ceasefire. It has been not even a week since it happened, they repeated the same action. The Pakistan army troops  carried out an aimless firing with heavy cannons, small arms and automatic weapons on Indian army posts along LoC in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir since midnight.

PRESENT CONDITION:

As counteract Indian troops are reacting appropriately. No casualties or harm to Indian Army do record according to the latest report came in. Our troops are responding appropriately. But the firing didn’t stop yet.

According to the  police report, exchange of fire is going seldom in Shahpur Kandi area near LoC in Poonch. He added that this ceasefire violation is not the first one.

IN THE PAST:

Already on September 2, Pakistan Army violated border ceasefire by shooting on front army posts along LoC in Akhnoor sector in Jammu district and now in less than a week repeated the same.

On August 14, 2016, the Pakistan Army violated ceasefire twice and destined Indian posts on the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch sector in two distinct areas. A 50-year-old woman does injury in that attack .

253 incidents of ceasefire violations recorded along the International Border (IB). Whereas 152 incidents were in that reported along the LoC. Last year, 16 civilians were killed and 71 others injured in 405 incidents of cross-border firing by Pakistan.

 Presently, about 8,000 people were partly affected due to the ceasefire violations and ought to be moved to safer locations.

Pakistani soldiers started chaotic firing on Indian Army posts along the Line of Control (LC) in the Poonch sector which is still going on intermittently. However, Indian Army is proficient and is able to confront the attack without any damage or loss to life. In addition, Indian Army is helping civilians to move to safer places to provide shelter.

 

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