1. Mutilation of martyr avenged; Pakistan cries for peace after massive losses, dials Indian DGMO

Mutilation of martyr avenged; Pakistan cries for peace after massive losses, dials Indian DGMO

Pakistani DGMO made a phone call to Indian Director General of Military Operations Lt. Gen. Ranbir Singh in what can be regarded as the first conversation major surgical strike by India on September 28.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 23, 2016 9:52 PM
pak dgmo calls india, india called by pak dgmo, pak dgmo calls india, pak dgmo talks, mutilation of indian soldiers Pakistani DGMO made a phone call to Indian DGMO Gen Dalbir Singh in what can be said as the first conversation after the major surgical strike by India on September 28. (PTI)

Facing heavy backlash from India Army after cowardly mutilation of a jawan, a seemingly feared Pakistan DGMO today spoke to its Indian counterpart and requested to hold talks. As per reports, Pakistani DGMO made a phone call to Indian Director General of Military Operations Lt. Gen. Ranbir Singh in what can be regarded as the first conversation major surgical strike by India on September 28. The talks between the DGMOs came after the Pakistani side requested for an “unscheduled hotline interaction”, said an official statement.DGMO raised the issue of mutilation of a soldier’s body and infiltration bids, while his Pakistani counterpart raised the issue of civilian deaths on their side in cross-border firing.

The Indian DGMO expressed grief at civilian casualties, the statement said.

Earlier, in a press briefing, the Pakistan Army had said that seven persons, including three of its soldiers, have been  killed in an exchange of fire with Indian troops on the LoC. The clash occurred a day after India Army had warned Pakistan of retribution after losing three soldiers, one of whom were mutilated state in a barbaric act.

The clash occurred a day after India Army had warned Pakistan of retribution after losing three soldiers, one of whom were mutilated state in a barbaric act.

“Three Pakistani soldiers valiantly sacrificed their lives at the Line of Control while responding to Indian unprovoked firing,” army said. Those killed were identified as Captain Taimoor Ali Khan, Havaldar Mushtaq Hussain and Lance Naik Ghulam Hussain. The statement also claimed that seven Indian troops were killed in retaliatory fire.

 

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