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NEW DELHI: The deadly war of attrition continues along the 778-km Line of Control, with New Delhi issuing another stern warning to Islamabad that it will continue retaliatory punitive fire assaults against Pakistan Army's targeting of Indian troops or providing covering fire to infiltrating terrorists.

Director-general of military operations Lt General A K Bhatt conveyed the tough message to his Pakistani counterpart Maj Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza over the hotline on Monday, holding the Indian Army "reserved the right to appropriately" hit back at all ceasefire violations+ . "Lt Gen Bhatt said Army was sincere in its efforts about maintaining peace and tranquility along the LoC but there has to be reciprocity. The DGMO was emphatic that Pakistan Army's forward posts continue to actively support infiltration," said a senior officer.

"He said this was also evident from the continuing sniping operations and targeting of our troops through cross-border actions duly supported by Pak Army troops," he added.

The terror infrastructure in Pakistan and Azad Kashmir also remains intact, with terrorists once again assembled in infiltration launch pads in close proximity to Pak Army posts along the LoC," a senior officer said. The DGMO-level talks, which are usually held on Tuesdays, came after Pakistan sought them around 8.30pm on Sunday, soon after four of its soldiers and a civilian were killed when their vehicle on the lower Neelam Valley road came under fire in Athmuqam area of Azad Kashmir.

Sources said Indian troops from the 268 Brigade in Keran sector targeted the vehicle, which fell into the Neelam river, with heavy-calibre weapons to retaliate against Pak Army's shelling in Rajouri sector on Saturday+ . An Indian soldier, Lance Naik Mohammed Nasser (35), a resident of Poonch, had died in the firing. Another Indian soldier, Naik Muddasar Ahmed (37), a resident of Pulwama, and a five-year girl also died in mortar shelling+ by Pakistani troops in Rajouri sector at 7.30am on Monday, which triggered yet another firing duel just three hours before the DGMOs spoke to each other.

The Army has recorded 238 ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the LoC (BSF mans the 198-km international border in J&K) already this year, marking a new high in recent times. The violations in 2014 and 2015 stood at 153 and 152, respectively, while the tally was 228 last year.

The cross-border duels, with light field guns, antitank guided missiles, heavy mortars, rocket launchers and "infantry tanks" coming into play, have become particularly intense after the grisly beheading of two Indian soldiers in Krishna Ghati sector on May 1. India had then declared it would "pro-actively dominate" the LoC by destroying Pak Army posts aiding infiltration, as was reported by TOI.

The security forces have also turned the heat on terrorists inside J&K, having killed 103 of them till now this year, while also losing 48 of their own personnel. Infiltration has also registered a jump, with 52 of the 197 attempted bids being successful so far. Lt Gen Bhatt also told his counterpart that Indian troops, apart from retaliating to ceasefire violations, only "initiated firing" on spotting "armed intruders" attempting to infiltrate from "close proximity of Pakistan Army posts" along the LoC. "He was quite clear on that," said the officer.

Will keep punishing you for LoC misadventures, India warns Pakistan

So PA can no longer keep using infiltrators to fight IA as now IA will take the fight to PA across the LOC. Good thinking IMO hitting the source instead of just cleaning the garbage. By 2020 with IA armed with Rafael, armed drones, S-400, Howitzers and more, I believe it will be curtains for Pakistan's proxy war as IA would hit across LOC and hammer PA on the LOC on a daily basis.
 

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NEW DELHI: The deadly war of attrition continues along the 778-km Line of Control, with New Delhi issuing another stern warning to Islamabad that it will continue retaliatory punitive fire assaults against Pakistan Army's targeting of Indian troops or providing covering fire to infiltrating terrorists.

Director-general of military operations Lt General A K Bhatt conveyed the tough message to his Pakistani counterpart Maj Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza over the hotline on Monday, holding the Indian Army "reserved the right to appropriately" hit back at all ceasefire violations+ . "Lt Gen Bhatt said Army was sincere in its efforts about maintaining peace and tranquility along the LoC but there has to be reciprocity. The DGMO was emphatic that Pakistan Army's forward posts continue to actively support infiltration," said a senior officer.

"He said this was also evident from the continuing sniping operations and targeting of our troops through cross-border actions duly supported by Pak Army troops," he added.

The terror infrastructure in Pakistan and Azad Kashmir also remains intact, with terrorists once again assembled in infiltration launch pads in close proximity to Pak Army posts along the LoC," a senior officer said. The DGMO-level talks, which are usually held on Tuesdays, came after Pakistan sought them around 8.30pm on Sunday, soon after four of its soldiers and a civilian were killed when their vehicle on the lower Neelam Valley road came under fire in Athmuqam area of Azad Kashmir.

Sources said Indian troops from the 268 Brigade in Keran sector targeted the vehicle, which fell into the Neelam river, with heavy-calibre weapons to retaliate against Pak Army's shelling in Rajouri sector on Saturday+ . An Indian soldier, Lance Naik Mohammed Nasser (35), a resident of Poonch, had died in the firing. Another Indian soldier, Naik Muddasar Ahmed (37), a resident of Pulwama, and a five-year girl also died in mortar shelling+ by Pakistani troops in Rajouri sector at 7.30am on Monday, which triggered yet another firing duel just three hours before the DGMOs spoke to each other.

The Army has recorded 238 ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the LoC (BSF mans the 198-km international border in J&K) already this year, marking a new high in recent times. The violations in 2014 and 2015 stood at 153 and 152, respectively, while the tally was 228 last year.

The cross-border duels, with light field guns, antitank guided missiles, heavy mortars, rocket launchers and "infantry tanks" coming into play, have become particularly intense after the grisly beheading of two Indian soldiers in Krishna Ghati sector on May 1. India had then declared it would "pro-actively dominate" the LoC by destroying Pak Army posts aiding infiltration, as was reported by TOI.

The security forces have also turned the heat on terrorists inside J&K, having killed 103 of them till now this year, while also losing 48 of their own personnel. Infiltration has also registered a jump, with 52 of the 197 attempted bids being successful so far. Lt Gen Bhatt also told his counterpart that Indian troops, apart from retaliating to ceasefire violations, only "initiated firing" on spotting "armed intruders" attempting to infiltrate from "close proximity of Pakistan Army posts" along the LoC. "He was quite clear on that," said the officer.

Will keep punishing you for LoC misadventures, India warns Pakistan

So PA can no longer keep using infiltrators to fight IA as now IA will take the fight to PA across the LOC. Good thinking IMO hitting the source instead of just cleaning the garbage. By 2020 with IA armed with Rafael, armed drones, S-400, Howitzers and more, I believe it will be curtains for Pakistan's proxy war as IA would hit across LOC and hammer PA on the LOC on a daily basis.
Don't count then out so fast,we have to wait another 6 years when they realise CPEC not generating returns as they expected and the debt trap.and the first casualty will be their NW.then you know the rest
 

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Don't count then out so fast,we have to wait another 6 years when they realise CPEC not generating returns as they expected and the debt trap.and the first casualty will be their NW.then you know the rest
On the contrary CPEC will ensure Chinese pressure on Pakistan to stop activities that will threaten it's investments and by that time Pakistan will be owned by China, so who can say no to their masters.
 

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Don't count then out so fast,we have to wait another 6 years when they realise CPEC not generating returns as they expected and the debt trap.and the first casualty will be their NW.then you know the rest
On the contrary CPEC will ensure Chinese pressure on Pakistan to stop activities that will threaten it's investments and by that time Pakistan will be owned by China, so who can say no to their masters.
Ohh yess the great secret plans have been leaked by great Military Strategist guess what is the Pdf name of this strategist?
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any other non-Indian sources please i tried but didn't find anyone

and this statment?

China promises its full support to Pakistan in case of war
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by Hamza Rao | Published on September 24, 2016

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LAHORE – Amid rising tensions at borders with India, China unequivocally has promised its support in the event of any foreign aggression and maintained its support for Pakistan’s stance on the Kashmir dispute.“In

“In case of any [foreign] aggression our country will extend its full support to Pakistan,” Consul General of China in Lahore Yu Boren was quoted as saying by the CM Office on Friday.

Beijing conveyed the message during a meeting of its top diplomat in the provincial capital with Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. “We’re and will be siding with Pakistan on Kashmir issue…There is no justification for atrocities on unarmed Kashmiris in…[India-] held Kashmir and the Kashmir dispute should be solved in accordance with aspirations of the Kashmiris,” the press release quoted the emissary as assuring the chief minister.

Yu and Shahbaz Sharif also discussed the situation developing in Kashmir and the progress being made on various projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

According to the CM Office, a portion of the $46 billion CPEC passes through a part of the disputed region because of which India has raised objections over the project.

Referring to the support Beijing has been extending to Islamabad at all international forums, the diplomat reportedly said his country would continue supporting Pakistan through thick and thin.
 

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any other non-Indian sources please i tried but didn't find anyone


and this statment?

China promises its full support to Pakistan in case of war
Pakistan
by Hamza Rao | Published on September 24, 2016

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LAHORE – Amid rising tensions at borders with India, China unequivocally has promised its support in the event of any foreign aggression and maintained its support for Pakistan’s stance on the Kashmir dispute.“In

“In case of any [foreign] aggression our country will extend its full support to Pakistan,” Consul General of China in Lahore Yu Boren was quoted as saying by the CM Office on Friday.

Beijing conveyed the message during a meeting of its top diplomat in the provincial capital with Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. “We’re and will be siding with Pakistan on Kashmir issue…There is no justification for atrocities on unarmed Kashmiris in…[India-] held Kashmir and the Kashmir dispute should be solved in accordance with aspirations of the Kashmiris,” the press release quoted the emissary as assuring the chief minister.

Yu and Shahbaz Sharif also discussed the situation developing in Kashmir and the progress being made on various projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

According to the CM Office, a portion of the $46 billion CPEC passes through a part of the disputed region because of which India has raised objections over the project.

Referring to the support Beijing has been extending to Islamabad at all international forums, the diplomat reportedly said his country would continue supporting Pakistan through thick and thin.
The article is of September 24 surgical strikes happened on September 29. Give me any such statement by China after India claimed to have hit. China in fact pressurized Pakistan to stand down.

any other non-Indian sources please i tried but didn't find anyone
http://www.china.org.cn/world/2016-09/30/content_39411194.htm
 

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