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India and Pakistan open fire on border with girl, 5, dead and soldiers wounded

Published 1st April 2019 | https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/769188/BREAKING-Pakistan-India-Line-of-Control-poonch-district-Shahpur-kerni

INDIA and Pakistan have exchanged fire along their border with a five-year-old girl killed in the chaos.

Their armies shelled each other this morning along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Five Border Security Force (BSF) officers and nine civilians were injured in the Poonch sector.

Police chief Ramesh Kumar Angral confirmed: “A minor girl aged around five to six years was killed.

“Five BSF jawans were among 14 injured in Pakistan shelling in Poonch on Monday.”


EXCHANGE: Crossfire broke out along the Line of Control in the Poonch district (Pic: GREATER KASHMIR)


Five Border Security Force (BSF) officers and nine civilians were injured (Pic: JAMMU LINK NEWS)

Poonch deputy commissioner Rahul Yadav added: “Two civilians suffered minor injuries in Pak shelling and as a precautionary measure we have ordered closure of educational institutions in Shahpur area along the LoC.”

Schools in shelling range have been shut and the Indian army is now retaliating.

Tensions between the nuclear-armed countries have escalated this year after a series of border clashes.


CLASH: Schools in shelling range have been shut and the Indian army is now retaliating (Pic: JAMMU LINK NEWS)

Last month, the Pakistan air force shot down two Indian military jets after they crossed the frontier.

It came just 24 hours after India carried out an attack on what it says was a militant camp in Pakistan in revenge for a suicide bombing that killed 40 Indian troops in Kashmir.

A Pakistan-based group said it carried out the attack – the deadliest to take place during a three-decade insurgency against Indian rule in Kashmir.
 

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Indian occupation forces do not care if muslim civilians in IOK get injured or killed in cross-border firing. On the other hand, they spread terror in Azad Kashmir by deliberately targeting civilians with artillery from dominating peaks where they can see entire towns. Pakistan army does not have that luxury. Such a cowardly and inhumane way to demoralize your enemy. Fking hijras.
 

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Indian occupation forces do not care if muslim civilians in IOK get injured or killed in cross-border firing. On the other hand, they spread terror in Azad Kashmir by deliberately targeting civilians with artillery from dominating peaks where they can see entire towns. Pakistan army does not have that luxury. Such a cowardly and inhumane way to demoralize your enemy. Fking hijras.
 

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Unfortunately, as a result of Indian diplomatic victories this past month, the world only recognizes our narrative. Instead of condemning those so-called Human rights violations, the UN is only condemning JeM and openly supporting India's war against terrorism in its resolution.
I must confess I was impressed by India's strategic grasp and ability to engage the world on all questions on all fronts. I was also impressed by the countless efforts of the international communities visits to the region in light of human rights violations and I hope they have a decent understanding of the realities of the region, at least by modern standards.

Therefore it is I who perhaps is most disappointed with the state of Kashmir and I have acute anxieties for its future and the implications that has for the region and to that end I hope you will have a chance to glance at the facts of the human rights situation in Kashmir.

I accept the facts surrounding Kashmir because, despite the split down the middle of the countries involved and their supporters, it shows the powers involved are fair and I hope that the engagement between the countries would bring public appreciation of those countries to bring stability to the region and show their honest and independent nature.

But I have already made clear I am incredibly disappointed by the series of events that lie behind the violations in Kashmir and the murder of innocent civilians and inhumane treatment of life and the statistics provide the most gruesome facts. The reports have made clear the detainees have been subjected to cruel and inhumane treatment including sleep deprivation, assault, threats to life and solitary confinement and their treatment amounts to torture and if they are not provided urgent access to medical assistance they are at risk of developing long term health conditions.

Torture is a crime of universal jurisdiction and no nation that can claim to be a liberal democracy can in all conscience allow such heinous crimes to go unanswered so of course we have a duty to help, and in fact we all have a moral responsibility to help.

I want to state very clearly the attitudes and actions of India cannot be tolerated and it has to be seen how our governments in 2019 will recast relations with India, not only in the light of human rights violations but with the active suppression of civil society in Kashmir, and that should accompany any claims to rights over Kashmir.
 
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Unfortunately, as a result of Indian diplomatic victories this past month, the world only recognizes our narrative. Instead of condemning those so-called Human rights violations, the UN is only condemning JeM and openly supporting India's war against terrorism in its resolution.

You think that world opinion legitimizing Indian state terrorism would stop us from replying you in your own language? We've playing this game since '47 kid. And we've become the masters at this kind of warfare since the 80's. Even when our conventional forces had been the weakest compared to any other point in our military history, we managed to hold back two nuclear-armed giants, Soviets (the then Super Power) and the Indians on our western and eastern borders respectively, and at the same time managed to divert American aid meant for Afghan Jihad towards developing our nuclear program right under the nose of CIA (which couldn't do anything about it at that time, and neither could the coward Indians with total Israeli backing).

WHILE ALL THIS WAS GOING ON, we managed to launch violent insurgencies simultaneously in Kashmir and East Punjab, and impotent Indian Government couldn't do anything about it.

Now that Pakistan has significantly closed the conventional gap and achieved nuclear parity with India, and is is the process of securing its western flank, you expect us to cower in fear of isolation? Pakistan has too much of geostrategic leverage to be isolated. Despite our shaky relations with the Americans in recent times, Americans know far too well the consequences of losing Pakistan to China completely. Pakistan's isolation can only happen in Indians' wet dreams.

So just sit back and expect exponential rise in attacks on your hijra army from Kashmiri freedom fighters in the future. :pop:
 

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You think that world opinion legitimizing Indian state terrorism would stop us from replying you in your own language? We've playing this game since '47 kid. And we've become the masters at this kind of warfare since the 80's. Even when our conventional forces had been the weakest compared to any other point in our military history, we managed to hold back two nuclear-armed giants, Soviets (the then Super Power) and the Indians on our western and eastern borders respectively, and at the same time managed to divert American aid meant for Afghan Jihad towards developing our nuclear program right under the nose of CIA (which couldn't do anything about it at that time, and neither could the coward Indians with total Israeli backing).

WHILE ALL THIS WAS GOING ON, we managed to launch violent insurgencies simultaneously in Kashmir and East Punjab, and impotent Indian Government couldn't do anything about it.

Now that Pakistan has significantly closed the conventional gap and achieved nuclear parity with India, and is is the process of securing its western flank, you expect us to cower in fear of isolation? Pakistan has too much of geostrategic leverage to be isolated. Despite our shaky relations with the Americans in recent times, Americans know far too well the consequences of losing Pakistan to China completely. Pakistan's isolation can only happen in Indians' wet dreams.

So just sit back and expect exponential rise in attacks on your hijra army from Kashmiri freedom fighters in the future. :pop:
Yes and we know how successful those insurgencies in the Northeast and Punjab were lol. Recently India and Myanmar conducted a joint operation finishing off what was left of the NSCN and other groups, and all the Khalistanis are hiding in the UK and Canada. Meanwhile, the BLA and TTP are running around killing your soldiers freely and firing upon you from Afghanistan. The miltants in Kashmir are getting desperate because of how many losses they have suffered. Pulwama was an act of desperation, and showed the only way the terrorists can fight India is through cowardly acts of suicide bombing. Unfortunately that attack backfired bigly on the terrorists and their Pakistani supporters, as now the world sympathizes with India's position and nobody takes PAkistan's narrative of human rights violations seriously. You are isolated in that regard. And I am pretty sure you remember what happened in 1971 and 1984? Some masters you are. And you may very well be able to reply befittingly to us. But you can only react. Because now, we determine the narrative of Kashmir. We will no longer use the same restraint against the militants that we showed earlier after we recently won the support of the international community. Every other day since Pulwama, we have been killing at least 3-4 terrorists with over two dozen killed since then. We will continue killing militants and hammering Pakistan on the LOC every day, and there is nothing Pakistan can do about it. Kashmir will always be a part of India, get used to it. The whole Pulwama saga has proven that using terrorism to try and force Indai to deescalate in Kashmir is a failed strategy that has only backfired on Pakistan.
 

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Unfortunately, as a result of Indian diplomatic victories this past month, the world only recognizes our narrative. Instead of condemning those so-called Human rights violations, the UN is only condemning JeM and openly supporting India's war against terrorism in its resolution.



Sure. Just like you indians also claimed to have invented UFOs 7,000 years ago....:lol::

https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ancient-i...nets-radical-claim-raises-controversy-1481897

Yes and we know how successful those insurgencies in the Northeast and Punjab were lol. Recently India and Myanmar conducted a joint operation finishing off what was left of the NSCN and other groups, and all the Khalistanis are hiding in the UK and Canada. Meanwhile, the BLA and TTP are running around killing your soldiers freely and firing upon you from Afghanistan. The miltants in Kashmir are getting desperate because of how many losses they have suffered. Pulwama was an act of desperation, and showed the only way the terrorists can fight India is through cowardly acts of suicide bombing. Unfortunately that attack backfired bigly on the terrorists and their Pakistani supporters, as now the world sympathizes with India's position and nobody takes PAkistan's narrative of human rights violations seriously. You are isolated in that regard. And I am pretty sure you remember what happened in 1971 and 1984? Some masters you are. And you may very well be able to reply befittingly to us. But you can only react. Because now, we determine the narrative of Kashmir. We will no longer use the same restraint against the militants that we showed earlier after we recently won the support of the international community. Every other day since Pulwama, we have been killing at least 3-4 terrorists with over two dozen killed since then. We will continue killing militants and hammering Pakistan on the LOC every day, and there is nothing Pakistan can do about it. Kashmir will always be a part of India, get used to it. The whole Pulwama saga has proven that using terrorism to try and force Indai to deescalate in Kashmir is a failed strategy that has only backfired on Pakistan.


Very true. How can anyone defeat a nation who invented the internet 10,000 years ago and UFOs 7,000 years ago........:lol::

https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ancient-i...nets-radical-claim-raises-controversy-1481897


https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/04/india-ancient-internet/558725/
 

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