India resorts to unprovoked shelling–again
BHIMBER, AZAD KASHMIR: Indian border forces once again resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control, as Pakistani troops returned fire.
According to details, India violated the ceasefire agreement between the two countries yet again and resorted t unprovoked shelling across the border. The firing began at 04:00 am in the morning and continued for a couple of hours, with brief intervals.
The Pakistani troops gave a befitting reply to the Indian shelling and exchanged fire with the Indian troops.
Last Wednesday, India resorted to unprovoked shelling and Pakistani forces returned fire. Two army soldiers from Pakistan were martyred in the incident, which the Indian DGMO falsely claimed was a ‘surgical strike’.
The shelling across the LoC comes in the backdrop of tense India-Pakistan relations, with both countries close to a conventional conflict. US, Russia, Iran and the United Nations have called on both nuclear-armed countries to show restraint and avoid conflict.