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Five Indian Soldiers Including a JCO Killed in a Gunfight in Forests of Surankote, in Poonch district IOK

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This is just the beginning. India will pay a huge price for absurd unilateral decisions. We haven't done anything significant yet. If we do, war will start the next day.
 

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thats what happens when u arrest 900+ Kashmiris in a single day for no reason. u mess with the bull u get the horns.
Unfortunately after the incident, some of these 900 people will not return back to their families
 

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Viva la resistance!

Just as the US and UK supported resistance movements in Europe against Nazi occupation --- an illegal, immoral and draconian occupation --- Pakistan should grow a pair and frame the issue in exactly the same terms. IOK is illegally occupied by a military force that subjugates the people cruelly. It should be the moral duty of the civilized world to support the resistance --- but since the West won't (as they're trying to prop up India as a thorn in China's side), we should at least go all out.

But wait, we don't even have local rules --- our own newspapers refer to freedom fighters in IOK as militants. Our own politicians castigate our agencies for supporting this brave resistance movement. What a country...
 

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PUBLISHED : 11 OCT 2021 AT 18:05
WRITER: REUTERS
A security officer checks the bag of a pedestrian along a street in Srinagar on Monday, as suspected militants shot dead five soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir. (AFP photo)

  • A security officer checks the bag of a pedestrian along a street in Srinagar on Monday, as suspected militants shot dead five soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir. (AFP photo)
SRINAGAR: At least five Indian soldiers and two militants were killed on Monday in a series of gun battles in Indian Kashmir, where security forces have stepped up operations after several civilian killings last week, officials said.

In the deadliest incident for the country's security forces in the Himalayan region this year, a military official said five soldiers died after a shootout with suspected militants near the border with Pakistan.

"They were moved to a nearby medical facility but succumbed to their injuries," spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Davinder Anand said.

Claimed in full by both India and Pakistan but only controlled in parts by the neighbouring countries, Kashmir has been the site of a bloody insurrection against New Delhi since the 1990s.

India says Pakistan supports the militancy in Kashmir. Islamabad denies this, saying it only provides diplomatic and moral support to the Kashmiri people.

The Muslim-majority region has been on the edge since the killing of three Hindus and a Sikh by suspected militants last week which triggered a crackdown by Indian authorities.

In north Kashmir, security forces shot dead a suspected militant from The Resistance Front (TRF), which Indian police believe is the Pakistan-backed group behind the series of civilian assassinations.

The militant was a suspect in the killing of a civilian driver and security forces had been looking for him after arresting four of his associates on Sunday, the Kashmir valley's police chief Vijay Kumar said.

"He was shot dead this morning," Kumar said.

In a separate incident, another militant was killed in a gun battle in south Kashmir, added Kumar.

There has been an uptick in infiltration attempts by militants from Pakistan, which in February agreed to observe a ceasefire with India along the border in Kashmir, Indian army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said on Saturday.

"Over the last month or so, we again see renewed attempts at infiltration," Naravane told the India Today news channel. "We have eliminated two or three such infiltration attempts."
 

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Supporting genocide
Unfortunately after the incident, some of these 900 people will not return back to their families
I hope all 900 of em are put in gas chambers...a price to pay for participating or supporting anti-India activities
 

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