A video of the Army’s retaliation against Pakistan’s ceasefire violation is going viral on social media. The video has been shot recently and the bombing is a retaliation of ceasefire violation by Pakistan, according to various news organisations. According to India Today, the video was shot in Jammu and Kashmir and the attack “decimated Pakistani bunkers across the border.” Major Gaurav Arya, a retired Army veteran said the attack was carried out by a Sikh Regiment unit. “A Sikh Regiment unit completely annihilates a Pak bunker on LoC. Indian Army responds to Pak in the language they understand,” Gaurav Arya wrote on Twitter. The report further says that Indian troops responded and “completely decimated Pakistani bunkers across the border”. The video, tweeted by Major Arya, shows Pakistani bunkers being destroyed by the Indian fire.
The reported counter-attack comes days after the barbaric mutilation of two Indian jawans by Pakistani forces. After the attack, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat had visited Kashmir and said that army is taking measures to beef-up its counter-infiltration efforts while talking to the news agency ANI. “We are taking measures, have beefed up our counter-infiltration posture to take care of the situation,” Rawat said. However, talking about India’s response, Rawat said “We don’t talk about future plans beforehand. We share details after execution.”
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Rawat had said terrorist are likely to increase their attempts at infiltration as snow will melt in coming times. “Terrorists are going to attempt infiltration, snows are melting, summer months started so like each year infiltration will commence,” he was quoted as saying. The Army, tweeting about the incident, had termed Pakistani army’s action as “unsoldierly” and “despicable”. The Army also vowed to take appropriate action against the Pakistani army. Acting defence minister Arun Jaitley has also condemned the attack. Jaitley had said, “The act of killing & mutilating the bodies of two of our soldiers is the most reprehensible & barbaric. The sacrifice will not go in vain.”