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Indian army retaliated to ‘unprovoked ceasefire violation’ along the LOC from the opposite side, targeted terrorists launch pads

Indian army has caused heavy damage on the opposite side by destroying terrorist launch pads, Pakistan gun positions and ammunition dumps, after unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the LOC in Jammu and Kashmir. The retaliation took place in the Keran sector of the Line of Control (LOC), artillery guns were used during the retaliation. It’s the same area where Special Forces Soldiers of the 4 Para SF battalion killed five terrorists, who sneaked in from Pakistan. In the operation, five soldiers who were engaged also died.

Drone footage reveals the targeting and heavy damage caused by the strong and effective retaliation of Indian army. There are many reports stating about the terrorists waiting along the LOC to sneak into India. One of the army personnel stated that Pakistan has been continuously violating the ceasefire along the LOC and India was forced to retaliate because if the terrorists would have infiltrated in India, it would have been difficult to capture them without taking casualties.

This is the absolute perfect time for Pakistan to infiltrate the terrorists into India as the major focus of the country is on corona virus pandemic and ceasefire violations are their ways of giving cover fire to their terrorists, stated by senior intelligence officer. Pakistan has been violating ceasefire since a long time and it was their fourth consecutive violation, however, no damages were done. The action taken by Indian army in the response of unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan was designed to destroy the terrorist’s launch pads along the border.

The army targeted Kel launching pads in Neelum valley, according to some reports, Pakistan’s firing ended up hitting a squad of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists. Reports further stated that Pakistan’s ceasefire violation was plan to send 200 terrorists across the border, 160 terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) were ready to sneak into India. 70 armed and trained terrorists were planning to enter India though unfenced nullahs and according to counter-terror operatives Jaish terrorists were camping at Samani-Bhimber and Dudhnial launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. LeT has been sending its terrorists to the Leepa and Kel launching pads in Leepa Valley and Neelum Valley, respectively, the operatives added.
Pakistan has been repeatedly violating the orders; there have been 1,197 violations this year upto early April.

There were 367, 366 and 411 violations in January, February and March. The statistics are much higher as compared to the last years; there were 919 violations in 2019 from January to April and 3,168 in all. The number of terrorists killed are also 41 this year till April 7, the ceasefire violations by Pakistan is a way to keep LOC active and to support the infiltration of terrorists in Indian territory but, the Indian army won’t let that happen. Pakistan has been violating ceasefire in Uri area of Baramulla district as well, all through this week it fired small arms and mortar shells along the LOC in Poonch district and last week it injured six security personnel in Sunderbani-Nowshera sector.

Over 3,200 ceasefire violations were recorded in 2019. The army officials have stated that during the ceasefire violation all forces in the region were on alert across all routes from Kupwara, Nowshera and Krishna Ghati upto “specific zones” in North and South Kaahmir’s Baramulla, Anantnag, Pulwama and Shopian, which are used as hideouts by militants who sneak into the valley.

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