Indian jawans killed:Pak plays old record, pleads not guilty

New Delhi, Jan 9: As it was expected, Pakistani Army overruled all reports saying that its jawans did not enter into Indian territory to kill two Indian soldiers.

Despite the report that India has evidence which shows 29 Balouch regiment of the Pakistani Army as the perpetrator, a report on Radio Pakistan's website on Wednesday, Jan 9 claimed, "Indian authorities were informed that Pakistan has carried out ground verification and checked and found nothing of this sort happened as being alleged by India. It is mere propaganda by Indian Army, the official concluded."

Army Soldiers Carry a Coffin

Pakistan high commissioner Salman Bashir, meanwhile, met India External Affair Minister Salman Khurshid. Defence Minister AK Antony earlier was quoted as saying, "We will convey our protest to the Pakistan government and our Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) will talk to his counterpart in Pakistan."

Describing the situation as "a matter of great concern to everyone", Mr Bashir said, "We will take this up very firmly with the Pakistan government. These are matters on which every dimension has to be examined very carefully before we say what we propose to do."

Heads of both the Indian soldiers -- Lance Naiks, Hemraj and Sudhakar Singh -- were chopped off and one was taken away by Pakistani intruders.

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