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‘Wounded’ Pakistan trying to avenge ‘surgical strike’ by pushing in terrorists before snowfall: report

the Indian intelligence intercept has suggested that ceasefire violation by Pakistan across the LoC and international border will continue for the next three days, while the neighbouring country will try to infiltrate terrorists before snowfall.

India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: October 28, 2016 14:01 IST ]
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In an alarming revelation, the Indian intelligence intercept has suggested that ceasefire violation by Pakistan across the LoC and international border will continue for the next three days, while the neighbouring country will try to infiltrate terrorists before snowfall. 

According to an India Today report, since last three-four days, Pakistan have deployed SSG commando near Line of Control. Around 14 to 15 SSG platoon has been deployed near LoC and a colonel rank officer is leading SSG platoon.

This seems to be an attempt by a ‘wounded’ Pakistan who is looking for ways to avenge the ‘surgical strike’, which was carried out by the Indian Army on terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir as a retaliatory action to the terrifying Uri attack that killed 20 Indian soldiers. 

Since then, Pakistan has been trying to provoke India by targeting various place across the LoC and international border. 

Pakistan resorted to heavy shelling at Jammu and Kashmir's Nowshera, Sundarbani and Pallanwala sectors since early morning on Friday.

Heavy mortar shelling by Pakistan Rangers continued till 6 a.m., in Lallai Chak, Pansar, Pahadpur and Londi villages where shells damaged over two dozen houses. 

Over a dozen cattle have also perished in these villages. Reports said that over 400 families have migrated from these areas to safer locations.

Over the last one week, a six-year-old child was killed and 30 other civilians were injured in shelling from across the border.

On the other hand, Pakistan has reportedly suffered heavy damages across Kathua sector in Jammu after the BSF retaliated with heavy shelling and firing.

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