Ceasfire violations: Haven't Pak rangers read “Islamabad well within reach” message on milestone?

Srinagar, August 17: In the 12th instance of ceasefire violation by Pakistan in eight days, the incidents of ceasefire violations on the Indo-Pak border have increased a lot these days. Maybe the Pakistani army hasn't read the above message on a milestone that clearly says "Islamabad well within reach."

The latest case of ceasefire violation by Pak army was reported on the intervening night of Saturday-Sunday, when Pak rangers started unprovoked heavy firing at the Border Security Forces (BSF) posts on the international border.

A senior police officer said, "Without any provocation, Pak rangers started firing in the midninght at the BSF outposts at Pittal and Tent border in RS Pura Sector of Jammu district. Pak troops used small arms and automatic weapons to target Indian positions. Then, in retaliation, BSF also effectively launched counter attacks on Pak army."

The firing is still reported to be going on. There are no reports of any injuries or any damage so far.

It has also been reported that Pak has also launched mortar attacks on villages near the border.

The entire village is panic-stricken as it is being said that during firing, Pakistan can let terrorists enter into the Indian territory.

Milestone that encourages Indian army

Meanwhile, the milestone in the above pic is located in Drass, a small distance away from the border.

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