In a fresh incident, Pakistan army has opened unprovoked fire and is continuing in the Bhimbir Gali sector in J&K’s Rajouri district. So far, in 2013, Pakistan troops have violated ceasefire along the LOC 130 times,the highest in past 8 years.
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The ideal reason why such unprovoked firing is done is to help intruders cross LOC while diverting minds of Indian army on the firing zone. Although,Pakistan army has always denied such support of intrusions.
Pakistan army opens fire eight times in last four days ! Thankfully,no causalities have been reported so far . Tension continues along the border after 5 Indian jawans were killed by Pakistan army intruders who entered Indian territory of Poonch in Jammu and launched a severe attack.
Pakistani soldiers entered Indian territory in the Poonch area of Jammu and Kashmir and killed five Indian soldiers while a sixth soldier hid behind a bush and avoided the attack.
After two Indian soldiers were killed and one of them was beheaded,India and Pakistan conflict on the Line Of Control has started.Pakistan alleges that Indian army had entered in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir and killed one of Pakistani soldiers prior to the incident of Indian soldiers being brutally murdered and also denied any involvement.Amid statements from ministers from both the countries,the firing from both sides of the LOC has continued.’Aman Ki Asha’ the phrase which defined a fresh attempt by both the countries to improve relations with each other after the Kargil War has again suffered a major set back.
Indo-Pak LOC cross firing continues