New Delhi: With the prospects of revival of talks between India and Pakistan brightening up, the issue of rising cases of ceasefire violations by Pak army and infiltration by Pakistan based terrorists has once again taken the centre stage.
In 2015 alone, Pakistan has violated ceasefire 400 times at the Indian border and it raises a serious question over whether the proposed comprehensive talks between the two countries will yield any tangible result.
Pakistan, in the year 2015 alone, has violated ceasefire agreement at least 400 times which has cost lives of six security personnel and two civilians. (as per the data available upto November 30).
Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh disclosed the data to the parliament in a written reply.
Terrorists belonging to groups across the border have attempted to infiltrate into the Indian side at least 92 times in the year 2015 (data available upto September 30). 17 of them succeeded in crossing into India of which one Mohammad Naved Yakub was captured alive. The mystery of 16 other terrorists remains as no data has been provided by the government on this.
Here we bring out the complete details of infiltrations and ceasefire violations since the year 2012.