Pak army coward, unprofessional: Indian Army

26 February, 2018, 09:31 | Author: Diane Mills
  • Indian envoy summoned after ceasefire violation across LoC

In 2018, the Indian forces have carried out more than 335 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary, resulting in the martyrdom of 14 innocent civilians and injuries to 65 others.

Shabir Khan shudders as he recalls the early Saturday morning horror when his house shook due to intense shelling of his village by the Pakistani army.

Uri: Pakistan Army on Saturday through public announcement systems asked the residents of Uri to vacate their homes and move to safer places, reported the Greater Kashmir.

"Because of the firing and shelling in Uri from across the border, 500 people have shifted to safer areas", Director-General of Police S.P. Vaid said.

The protest was lodged hours after Indian firing in the Poonch area left a labourer dead. "Many people prefer to stay with their relatives or acquaintances during the night", Deputy Commissioner of Baramullah, Nasir Ahmad Nawash told ET.

"The situation is tense", said Sub-Divisional Magistrate Dr Sagar D.

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"We have deputed ambulances and private vehicles to evacuate the residents who were still in the villages and rehabilitation process of these displaced people is going on".

India and Pakistan signed a ceasefire agreement in November 2003, which both countries have violated several times, especially when the political relationship between the two nuclear neighbors deteriorates.

This was the second attack in a row after a policeman was killed while guarding Charar-e-Sherief in the central Kashmir's Budgam district on Sunday afternoon. The unprovoked firing and indiscriminate mortar shelling has damaged civil houses in the region.

"Indian army attack on the school van driver by the sniper gun is the worst example of the deception".

"The instances of ceasefire violations by the Indian forces recorded an alarming increase since the start of the month February" following which the government has readied evacuation plan, the paper quoted a cabinet member as saying.

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