Heavy firing by Pak in Jammu and Kashmir Krishna Valley sector, one soldier martyred in the firing. Pakistan is not deterred by its antics. On Wednesday night, Pakistan violated the ceasefire by heavy firing in the Krishna Valley sector of Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.
During this firing, a soldier was killed. It is being told that Lance Naik Karnail Singh was martyred in the Krishna Valley last night in violation of the ceasefire.
Pakistani army fired heavily in Poonch and Kathua
Be aware that for the purpose of infiltrating terrorists, the Pakistani army has also opened heavy fire on the Line of Control in the Mankot sector of Poonch district.
Prior to this, there was intermittent fire throughout the night on the international border in the Hiranagar sector of Kathua district. There is no loss in Indian territory. Pakistan is violating the ceasefire on the day it came to disturb the peace along the international border and the Line of Control.
In the Krishna Valley sector of Poonch district, the Indian Army had given a befitting reply to Pakistan on Tuesday. Three soldiers, including a captain of the Pakistani Army, were killed and six injured. His four posts were completely destroyed
Despite this, on Wednesday, he has dared to fire in the Mankot sector. In this sector, the Pak army opened fire, targeting advanced posts and then residential areas.
At the same time, Pak Rangers opened fire overnight between Karol Matharians and Karol Krishna of the Hiranagar sector. Rangers opened fire with mortars and machine guns from their Pappu Chak, Karol Panga post. BSF also gave a befitting reply to the firing.
On Wednesday morning, the personnel of CRPF, SOG, and Chakra Police Outpost conducted a search operation in the area affected by the firing so that no intrusion has taken place.
It is worth noting that Pakistan shelling in the Krishna Valley sector of Poonch district was overshadowed. Three soldiers, including a captain of the Pakistani army, were killed in retaliation by Indian soldiers on the Line of Control. Its four outposts have been completely destroyed.
Five other posts have also suffered damage. Six Pakistani army personnel are also reported to be seriously injured. The Pakistani Army violated the ceasefire in the Krishna Valley sector late Tuesday evening.
Pak opened fire, targeting the forward posts and residential areas of the Indian Army. Indian army soldiers gave a befitting reply to this. In this retaliation, three soldiers including a Captain rank officer in the Pak Army have been killed.
Apart from this, four posts of the Pak Army were completely destroyed. Earlier, on Tuesday morning, Pakistan opened fire in residential areas in the Mankot sector of Mendhar tehsil in Poonch district.
A dozen villages settled near the Line of Control came in its grip. Half a dozen cattle were injured in the shelling. Many houses have also been damaged. The Pakistani army has also fired mortar shells.