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Pakistan waging ‘war’ on Line of Control .

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  1. IndianTiger

    IndianTiger FULL MEMBER

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    In a season of 'cosmetic'
    Indo-Pakistan diplomatic
    bonhomie, the security
    situation along the Line of
    Control (LoC) in frontier
    Poonch district is tense. Official sources say the
    Pakistani army is targeting
    the Indian posts with rockets,
    mortars and automatic
    weapons in the Krishna Ghati
    sector for over 24 hours. The Pakistani troopers have
    ignored messages sent across
    through a hotline, seeking de-
    escalation of the situation
    along the LoC.
    The ceasefire breach comes in the backdrop of new Army
    chief General Bikram Singh's
    two-day visit to Jammu &
    Kashmir from Friday.
    One solider has already
    succumbed to his injuries while two others with critical
    bullet injuries are undergoing
    treatment.
    The first round of firing
    started on Wednesday around
    2 pm and continued for over three hours. Initially, India
    exercised restraint but both
    sides exchanged heavy firing
    after Pakistani Army officers
    ignored hotline messages.
    Contrary to the concept of honour among soldiers, even
    jawans who went forward to
    retrieve the dead body of the
    killed soldier were shot at by
    Pakistan. Ministry of Defence
    spokesman Col RK Palta said firing was escalated from
    other Pakistani posts, using
    rockets and heavy automatic
    weapons, to prevent
    evacuation of injured jawans.
    Palta added that intermittent mortar and automatic firing
    had been continuing, though
    the situation was under
    control. "Both armies
    exchanged intermittent firing
    till Thursday afternoon," the Colonel added. Senior Army
    officers are monitoring the
    situation very closely and
    have sounded the alert
    following reports of
    attempted infiltration bids from across the LoC.
    In the past two weeks, the
    Pakistani army has violated
    the ceasefire agreement on
    four occasions and several
    small groups have attempted infiltration but failed.
     
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    ashokdeiva SENIOR MEMBER

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    lets wait for the next attack, take cover and use some snipers rather than complain about border violation.
    when ever there is a cease fire violation, then the violator must have his share of the loss
     
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    I wonder if this is part of some grand scheme to force India to adopt a more aggressive approach towards Pakistan ?

    USA ?

    China ?
     
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    Now this is called proxy war.
     
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    Both sides Army official as well as silly peoples does not know the war Between India & Pakistan is never won by any country so it is time waste.

    Such a stupid thing always existing between idiot countries. I did not seen any country like there who are ever planing to derailing each and other. but at the end both deprived from most of noble things.... Must analysis...
     
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    Please search if a thread already exists on the issue.
     
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