Army destroys Indian post after minor killed in cross-border LoC firing


Defence PRO in Jammu Lt-Col Devendra Anand said, "On Monday around 5.15 pm, the Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics and mortars and engaged Indian troops deployed in forward posts along the LoC".

Director General for South Asia at the foreign ministry Mohammad Faisal condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations by Indian forces in Khuiratta sector in Pakistan-administered Kashmir on Monday, the foreign ministry said.

A huge cache of weapons has been recovered from the slain terrorist.

According to ground reports, two other terrorists received life-threatening injuries in the heavy exchange of fire on the LoC and were seen returning towards nearest Pakistan Army post.

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"The ambush, carried out by the BAT of the Pakistan army, could have inflicted more damages if Indian troops weren't alert".

The body of a heavily-armed Pakistani intruder was later recovered. The list of items seized from the intruder include: Three live RPG grenades, four disposable rocket launchers, two IKOM radio sets, an AK Magazine, two Molotov cocktails, four UBGL grenades, seven hand grenades, one PIKA belt, a mobile phone, three backpacks, a medical satchel and a Pakistan national flag. Three jawans were injured in the incident in Gulpur.

However, officials said on Tuesday said the guns are silent and there was no fresh firing from Pakistani side. The area had earlier also witnessed ceasefire violation between India and Pakistan. "But the "White Knight Corps" is keeping a strict vigil along the border", the officer said.

The officer accidentally stepped over a landmine, which was washed away, causing an explosion, the official said requesting anonymity.