Fire By Pakistani Troops Near The Line Of Control

Fire by Pakistani troops near the Line Of Control in Jammu Kashmir: Landmines burst in Pakistan’s fire.

Pakistan is not deterred by its antics. After not being successful against India on the diplomatic front, has now come down to ceasefire violations.

The fire by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control (LoC) in the Mankot sector of Poonch district has spread to Indian territory.

This causes explosions in landmines. Meanwhile, Pakistan has opened fire in Rajouri and Kathua districts.

The fire on the Line of Control by the Pakistani Army in Poonch district spread to the Mankot sector of Indian territory on Saturday morning.

This causes explosions in landmines laid by Indian soldiers. These tunnels have been laid to prevent the infiltration of terrorists. By destroying these tunnels, the Pakistan Army wants to clear the way for the infiltration of terrorists.

The sound of explosions in landmines is heard far and wide. Army personnel and fire brigade personnel are trying to control this fire, but the fire could not be controlled till late in the night.

And then there was the possibility of shelling for terrorist infiltration.

In order to divert the attention of the security forces, the Pakistani army started shelling in the Malty and Deogwar sector of Poonch district on Saturday late evening.

First Indian posts and then residential areas were targeted by shelling. Even after the Indian Army gave a befitting reply, the Pakistani army was firing shells till late in the night.

House damaged in a fire

Pakistani Rangers opened fire with motors and machine guns targeting the villages Pansar, Maniyari, Chak Changa, Chintanda, Londi Bobia in the Hiranagar sector.

The houses in Chakchanga and Chhattanda villages have been damaged due to the shelling from Friday night to Saturday morning. Farming is also being affected by continuous firing.

Pakistan has been firing in the region for a year and a half. On Saturday morning, SOG Hiranagar, CRPF, and police personnel conducted a search operation in the affected villages and reported the damage to the higher authorities.

Ceasefire violation on loc: Pakistani Army once again opened fire on LOC in the Poonch sector.

Public Relations Officer (PRO), Defense, Jammu said that Pakistan has violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Shahpur, Kirni, and Kasba sectors of Poonch district. The Indian Army is giving a befitting reply.

Pakistani troops opened heavy fire in two sectors near the Line of Control in Poonch district. Indian soldiers stationed at LoC in Jammu and Kashmir gave a befitting reply to this dastardly act.

Officials said that Pakistan’s army fired small weapons and fired mortars at the Poonch sector near the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that Indian soldiers are retaliation

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