India’s brutal attack kills 11 Pak soldiers, 22 terrorists, terror launch pads destroyed: Reports

In the most recent development, Indian Army on Sunday (20 October) launched a massive attack on terror camps which are located inside Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) after they attempted to push the terrorists into the Indian territory (across the Line of Control), as reported by news agency ANI.

After India inflicted heavy damage to Pakistan terror camps, as many as 11 soldiers and 22 terrorists were killed in the attack as per the sources. In the aftermath of the attack, four camps in Neelum valley have been demolished.

Credits: IndiaTV news

Pakistani Army posts were also damaged in the artillery gun attack, led to more injuries on the enemy’s side.

Pakistan Army District Headquarters situated in Anthmuqam was also targeted in the Indian Army operation in Neelum and Tangdhar, as per the sources.

7 terror camps have by far been targeted by the Indian Army in today’s retaliation, sources said.

On the contrary, Pakistan had claimed that 9 Indian soldiers have been killed in Pakistani Army firing and has also claimed that 1 Pakistan Army soldier and 3 Pakistani civilians passed away in the exchange of fire.

Earlier, 2 Indian soldiers died in a ceasefire violation from Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Tangdhar sector of Kupwara.

The ceasefire violation from Pakistan Army was started to push infiltrators into the Indian territory, as per the sources.

However, Indian Army attacked quite strongly to the unprovoked violation from across the border.

Previously, on October 13, an Army jawan was murdered in a ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the line of control in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district.