Pakistani posts destroyed in India’s retaliation, soldiers martyred in shelling, two soldiers injured

Pakistan on Saturday opened heavy fire at Deogwar in Gulpur sector of Poonch district on the Line of Control (LOC) in which a military martyr and two other jawans were injured.

Poonch, JNN. The apprehension expressed in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday turned out to be true and Pakistan started heavy firing on the Line of Control (LOC). On Saturday, the Pakistani army fired mortars targeting about a dozen villages in addition to the military outposts at Deogwar in Gulpur sector of Poonch district. In this, a soldier martyr and two other soldiers posted at the forward post were injured. Fire has also ignited some places on the border. The Indian Army has retaliated by destroying several posts of the Pakistani Army. The fire continued from both sides till night.

The Pakistani Army opened small arms fire at the forward posts of the first Indian Army in Gulpur sector on Saturday at around 3:45 pm. Later, they started firing heavy mortars in the residential areas. Meanwhile, a military martyr and two other jawans were injured by Pak shelling at an advance post. The injured were rushed to the hospital amid shelling. When the shells started falling around people’s houses, the Indian Army also started retaliating. According to sources, many posts of Pakistani army have been destroyed. Smoke was seen from many places across the border. After this, the Pakistani army stopped shelling for some time, but after some time again started violating the ceasefire.

Attempt to intrude

Pakistan is constantly trying to infiltrate terrorists on the LoC. For the last about four days, Pakistan has also intensified its activities with the direction of its artillery in Neelam and Lipa Valley in Ghulam Kashmir in front of Tangdar in North Kashmir. Already it was feared that Pakistan might attempt heavy infiltration along with heavy shelling.

Explosions in landmine due to LOC fire

The fire, which was signed by Pakistan on the border in Balakot sector of Poonch, could not be extinguished on the second day on Saturday. This fire has brought the frontier area of ​​about three kilometers under its purview. Fire personnel and soldiers of the army are trying to control the fire. Pakistan opened fire on the border on Friday, so that the landmines are destroyed and the terrorists can be safely infiltrated.

Posted By: Krishna Bihari Singh

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