The incident comes a day after the brutal killing of three Indian Army soldiers, body one of whom was found in a mutilated state.
Three BSF Jawans have been injured in an incident of ceasefire violations by Pakistani forces in Jammu & Kashmir’s Rajouri area.
The incident comes a day after the brutal killing of three Indian Army soldiers, body one of whom was found in a mutilated state. “Three soldiers killed in action on LC (Line of Control) in Machhal. Body of one soldier mutilated,” the Army said in a statement. It added that the “retribution will be heavy for this cowardly act”. The incident reflects the barbarism pervading in official and unofficial organisations in Pakistan. Pakistani army’s border action team and militants have carried out combined attacks on Indian forces in past. Pakistan’s Border Action Team is suspected to have carried out the operation.
Prior to that, the Army had neutralised two terrorists in Bandipora district, The Indian Express reported. Shockingly, Rs 2,000 notes, which have been recently introduced by RBI, were recovered from the terrorists. Security forces had cordoned off the area early morning after the terrorists who were holed up there opened fire. On October 28, Mandeep Singh Rawat was killed and his body also mutilated by terrorists in Machhil sector of Jammu and Kashmir.