1. Heavy mortar shelling underway in Kathua, Indian Army retaliates

Heavy mortar shelling underway in Kathua, Indian Army retaliates

The Army last night said that terrorists had mutilated the body of Indian soldier before fleeing to PoK supported by cover fire from Pakistan army posts. The Army also said that the incident reflects the barbarism that exists in 'unofficial organisations' in Pakistan.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 29, 2016 10:27 AM
The ceasefire violation was retaliated with small firings by the BSF. Two jawans, Jawan Manjit and Jawan Nitin Subhash lost their life while retaliating. (Reuters) The ceasefire violation was retaliated with small firings by the BSF. Two jawans, Jawan Manjit and Jawan Nitin Subhash lost their life while retaliating. (Reuters)

Pakistan Army again violated ceasefire on the morning of 29th at 7:20am with mortar shells in Kathua sector of Jammu &Kashmir. The ceasefire violation was retaliated with small firings by the BSF. Two jawans, Jawan Manjit and Jawan Nitin Subhash lost their life while retaliating. The Indian Army according to ANI is giving a ‘befitting response to the ceasefire violation initiated by Pakistan”. Pakistan Army in a barbaric incident had also mutilated an Indian Jawan on the night of 28th October. Defence exp of terrorist mutilate soldier’s body PK Sehgal said that Pakistan had done something similar in Kargil and it’s unfortunate that the Army didn’t take the issue UN. He also said that Pakistan would have been more cautious had India taken that step. He also asserted that it’s time this issue is raised at the UN and Human Rights Commission.

The Army last night said that terrorists had mutilated the body of Indian soldier before fleeing to PoK supported by cover fire from Pakistan army posts. The Army also said that the incident reflects the barbarism that exists in ‘unofficial organisations’ in Pakistan.

7 civilians were also injured as Pakistan Rangers' firing continued firing mortar shells and small arms in RS Pura on Thursday. (ANI) 7 civilians were also injured as Pakistan Rangers’ firing continued firing mortar shells and small arms in RS Pura on Thursday. (ANI)

Meanwhile, mortal remains of BSF Head Constable Jitendra Kumar Singh were brought to Raxual, Bihar and are currently enroute to his native village. 7 civilians were also injured as Pakistan Rangers’ firing continued firing mortar shells and small arms in RS Pura on Thursday.

29th October also marks a one month anniversary of the Surgical Strikes India conducted last month where India had destroyed terrorists’ launchpads and had caused several casualties.

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