Six jawans have been reported injured in the shelling. Despite this, the brave soldiers of India are giving a befitting reply to Pakistan's action.
Six jawans have been reported injured in the shelling. Despite this, the brave soldiers of India are giving a befitting reply to Pakistan's action.

Jammu, JNN. Even after repeated mouthfuls, Pakistan is not deterring its antics. While the entire country is fighting against Corona, the Pakistani Army is targeting the Indian Army and the LOC adjacent areas in violation of the ceasefire. Stung by the death of three soldiers and two injured in the Indian Army’s retaliation on Thursday, Pakistani troops fired shells once again in Sunderbani sector of Rajouri district. Six soldiers were reported injured in this shelling. Despite this, the brave soldiers of India are giving a befitting reply to Pakistan’s action.

Sources said that in the Sunderbani sector of Rajouri district in the early hours of today, Pakistani troops suddenly opened fire, targeting the forward posts of the Indian Army. During this time, six soldiers were injured due to shelling. However, he was immediately evacuated to Rajouri Army Hospital where he is undergoing treatment. At the same time, Indian soldiers also started firing in retaliation. Pakistani posts have also suffered significant damage in this shelling which lasted for about an hour. Because since then the Pakistani army suddenly stopped firing.

Chartered are the army last Thursday morning also was a sudden fire in Balakot sector of Poonch district. When the Indian Army retaliated, the Pak Army started firing mortars targeting the residential areas of India. People already facing the threat of Corona were horrified. Two Indian Army personnel deployed along the border were injured in this shelling. Both were immediately admitted to the military hospital for treatment. After this, in the retaliation of the Indian Army, three posts of Pak army have been damaged, in which three soldiers were killed and two soldiers were injured.

Firing in Hiranagar: Pakistani Rangers opened heavy fire throughout the night between Manyari-Pansar village in Hiranagar sector of Kathua district. Pakistan fired dozens of mortars from the Bika Chak area and opened fire with small arms. During this time there was no loss in Indian territory. BSF also gave a befitting reply to the firing. Pakistan has been firing continuously in this area for the last seven months, due to which the standing crop of wheat is also being damaged.

Army launched search dogs to search for intruders: Despite inclement weather in the district Kupwara, the army continued the operation against the intruders for the third consecutive day on the Line of Control on Friday. The army is also taking the help of search dogs to locate the intruders. Meanwhile, the army has established special blocks on the routes entering the interior areas of the LoC to the Wadi. The intruders crossed the Line of Control and came forward about four kilometers. Six infiltrators, armed with automatic weapons, entered the Indian border on Wednesday, taking advantage of thick mist and snowfall in the Jamgund area. This area is between Reshwari and Jurhama. The army patrolling Gugaldar warned of surrender in view of the intruders. The terrorists fired at the soldiers and tried to flee back towards the slave Kashmir, but the soldiers took quick action and entangled them in the encounter.

Last Wednesday, at five o’clock in the evening, the last bullet was fired from the terrorists. Since then, there has been no fire from the terrorists. Closing all the escape routes of the terrorists, the entire area including Awura, Kumkadi, Jurhama, Safavali, Hayhama is cordoned off. In addition to the army’s 41 RR and 57 RR, 160 TA and SOG Kupwara soldiers have been part of the campaign. The weather is bad in the area where there are terrorists. This area also has dense forest and a drain. Taking precaution, the soldiers are moving forward. The terrorists will soon be captured or killed. They will not be able to enter the interior areas of the plaintiff.


Courtsey: jagran.com


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