Pakistan Has Lost 20 Soldiers In 2018 After Indian Army’s Aggressive Stance On Loc


Pakistan Has Lost 20 Soldiers In 2018 After Indian Army’s Aggressive Stance On Loc
Pakistan has lost as many as 20 soldiers in 2018 alone, and as many as seven more were critically injured in the fire assault which was launched by the Indian Army, sources told India Today.

Pictures shown to India Today reveal that the Indian Army has been targeting Pakistan posts and Pakistan Army facilities running as far as three km inside Pakistan.

Sources said India has adopted an aggressive stance. The Indian Army’s retaliation is “unprecedented”.

The Indian Army has noticed that terror launch pads in excess have been prevalent around the Line of Control – the de-facto boundary between India and Pakistan. The LoC has been witnessing activities since more than 400 terrorists are ready and waiting to infiltrate.

The Indian Army is specifically targeting Pakistani posts and facilities along the LoC.

“We don’t want these terror launch pads to be activated” and they are receiving special attention of the forces. Field commanders have been given “adequate freedom” to decide upon the retaliation, sources said.

From pictures and details shared with India Today, it’s clear that the India Army has launched major fire assaults in the Ballnoi area of Krishna Ghati, Mendhar, Bimber Galli sectors, in the past few weeks.

The Indian Army has also told the government that because of this aggressive stance, Pakistan has issued repeated red alerts to warn its posts, soldiers and local population who are collated with Pakistani installations along the LoC.

A minimum of 35 red alerts are estimated to have been issued by Pakistan since January 2018.

The Rawalpindi-based 10 Corps Commander of Pakistan has been actively visiting forward locations of the Pakistani ary to take stock of damage caused by the Indian armed forces

Earlier, the Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat had shared with reporters in New Delhi that the army was no longer following the 2003 India-Pakistan Ceasefire agreement in letter and spirit.

“Terrorists are disposable commodities for the Pakistan Army, just hitting them won’t yield results, we have to hurt the Pakistan Army,” he had said.

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