Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Pakistani troops violate ceasefire, target ten BSF border outposts in Jammu

One house has been damaged in Gharana area of RS Pura sector and buffalo killed because of unprovoked Pakistani fire

indian milatry news
Pakistan Rangers on Sunday used mortars to target ten BSF border outposts on the international border in Jammu district, creating panic among villagers in the RS Pura sector.
"Pakistani firing started from 1 am till 6.30 am with small mortar (51mm), medium machine guns (MMG) and light machine guns (LMG)," BSF said.
The firing created panic in many villages along the border in the area including Ghana, Sai, Kaku de Kothey areas.

One house is damaged in Gharana area of RS Pura sector and buffalo killed because of unprovoked Pakistani fire.
BSF soldiers retaliated with heavy fire on Pakistani rangers and there is heavy damage reported in one of the Pakistani posts across the border because there were some crying voices were heard by our soldiers.
Pakistan has been violating the bilateral ceasefire in RS Pura sector for the last one week, causing concern to residents in the border villages.
Indian Army and intelligence agencies believe Pakistan resorts to unprovoked firing on the line of control (LoC) and the international border in Jammu and Kashmir to facilitate infiltration by groups of armed guerrillas.
The army guards the LoC while the BSF guards the international border on the Indian side in Jammu and Kashmir.
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