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India Army replies, kills 5 Pak soldiers and destroys its launching pads

At a time when the entire world is fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak, Pakistan is trying to take advantage of the crisis and push militants into Jammu and Kashmir. Recently, India gave a befitting reply to Pakistan by destroying terrorist launch pads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) in response of the continuous violation of the ceasefire by its Army.

It’s not a surgical strike actually. It’s retaliation for their ceasefire violations. It also destroyed an ammunition dump of the Pakistan Army. Bad news for Imran Khan who prophesied rivers of blood in the valley. Pakistan has been taught in a language that it understands, that India will not keep quiet, like it did in the past, to hostile acts emanating from its side of the LoC.

The valiant army deserves all appreciation for devastating terror camps growing on Pakistan’s land. Hats off to them! Earlier, the Indian army’s hands were tied and it could never reply the way it is replying now – giving a bloody nose to Pakistan’s army and thereby stopping the entry of terrorists into the valley.

The Indian Army further said that the terror launchpad targeted by the troops on Line of Control (LoC) are in the Dudhniyal area of Kel sector which was used by the Pakistan Army to infiltrate five terrorists into Kashmir valley who had entered the Keran sector around on 1 April.

“The five terrorists were killed by the Army Special Forces in fierce combat on April 5 but in the process, we had also lost our five Special Forces operatives,” Army sources said, as reported by ANI.

It’s happening as a result of India’s new policy that if you martyr our soldiers then we will also kill your soldiers. This is new India, Army will enter their territory and finish terrorism.

Pakistan has been continuously violating the ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir. For the fifth consecutive day, the Pakistani Army on Friday violated the ceasefire by shelling mortars. All through the week, Pakistani troops fired small arms and mortar shells along the LoC in Poonch district, the Indian Army said.

Written by Dharam Sikarwar

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.

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