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إِنَّا لِلَّٰهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ
 

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Two Pakistani soldiers martyred in Indian firing along LoC

September 23, 2020


Two soldiers of Pakistan Army embraced martyrdom due to Indian unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Dewa Sector.
According to the ISPR, Pakistan Army responded and targeted those posts which initiated fire. There are reports of substantial damage to the Indian posts and men and material.
There have been 2333 ceasefire violations by India troops during the current year.


India needs to be punished
 

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Tired of this BS. When a firework goes off in an Indian Army base they go beserk and attempt a half arsed air strike. We lose two men and we just send out a press release.
A heavy response was immediately given towards the Indian army posts from where the fire originated. Casualties were inflicted and the Indian posts themselves suffered physical damage.
 

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Nevertheless, we should attack with at least 2x the force considering their larger numbers. Otherwise we are at a far greater loss.
Pakistan really needs to achieve force concentration. What this entails is that even though PA is numerically inferior to the Indian Army overall, if it can concentrate its forces for a breakthrough on the order of at least 3:1 in key sectors, then a successful attack is likely. If this is not possible, then the PA must stick to the defensive as traditional per armies with inferior quantities.
 

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Have a few questions if I may:

- Are such IA posts allowed to be reconstructed? Those that are in such a position whereby they can target PA positions at will due to direct LOS at altitude?

- Imagine there's a whole process at work here to avoid escalation, but definitely must be cases where there's a clear advantage to one side if a tactically advantageous position of the other gets knocked off?

- What's your input on how PA fares at the LOC and WB, both very intense, with highest CFVs since records began in 2003?
 

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Have a few questions if I may:

- Are such IA posts allowed to be reconstructed? Those that are in such a position whereby they can target PA positions at will due to direct LOS at altitude?

- Imagine there's a whole process at work here to avoid escalation, but definitely must be cases where there's a clear advantage to one side if a tactically advantageous position of the other gets knocked off?

- What's your input on how PA fares at the LOC and WB, both very intense, with highest CFVs since records began in 2003?
Both sides make all our efforts to ensure that destroyed posts don't get reconstructed. But through multiple ways this happens... A never ending cycle.

Positions which are of even some tactical advantage are heavily reinforced, with multiple constructed layers so that even if one layer is knocked down, there are always others where defending troops can regroup and resist. Such posts are also dumped heavily with supplies of all types to last for weeks, c with heavy overhead cover to protect against shelling of all types.

PA fares pretty well.
 

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Both sides make all our efforts to ensure that destroyed posts don't get reconstructed. But through multiple ways this happens... A never ending cycle.

Positions which are of even some tactical advantage are heavily reinforced, with multiple constructed layers so that even if one layer is knocked down, there are always others where defending troops can regroup and resist. Such posts are also dumped heavily with supplies of all types to last for weeks, c with heavy overhead cover to protect against shelling of all types.

PA fares pretty well.
- Can you elaborate on the "multiple ways"?

- Still well enough protected from a simultaneous artillery assault, say on the primary and secondary bunkers, gun positions and ammo depots? Also, re the overhead cover, there's jets regularly deployed over the 10km no entry zone or is that a misinterpretation?

- Really pleased to know
 

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