In 'retaliatory action', Army kills 7 Pakistani soldiers along LoC
The Indian Army killed seven Pakistani soldiers and injured four in areas along the Line of Control (LoC) in retaliation for the killing of an Indian solider in Pakistani firing on Saturday.
Even as the Indian Army claimed a big win on Army Day, Pakistan's Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that while four of its soldiers were killed by shelling across the Line of Control (LoC) and Kashmir's Jandrot sector, three Indian soldiers were also killed and a "few injured" in an exchange of fire.
In yet another seperate incident, Army also killed six Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) terrorists.
Speaking about the incident, SP Vaid, J&K DGP said,''Since past few days, we were getting inputs about possible attempts to infiltrate from Uri sector. So, ambushes were laid out in that area by Army, J&K police & CRPF. In the morning, exchange of fire took place in one of the ambushes.''
'' have recovered five bodies from the spot. I think six have died, one body is being searched. They belonged to Jaish-e-Mohammed & information was that they are suicide attackers,'' SP Vaid further said.