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Pak targets LoC posts with mortar bombs on Eid: Army

Pak targets LoC posts with mortar bombs on Eid: Army”

Earlier, Pakistan violated ceasefire in Naushera sector twice at 6:30 am and 5:50 pm on Sunday.

Earlier, the Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics and mortars in the Naushera sector along the Line of Control (LoC).

India Army retaliated with might to counter any chances of intruders using ceasefire violation as an umbrella to infiltrate into the Indian side.

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The body of another intruder was dragged back across the LoC by the six or seven-member BAT during the encounter, in which two Indian soldiers from the Maratha Light Infantry also lost their lives. One Pakistani soldier was also killed.

The Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) members were armed with "headband cameras" to record the attack on the Indian Army patrol.

Giving details, the officer said that a special class of dagger and a knife were meant to engineer quick mutilation and beheading of soldiers killed in the firing exchanges.

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BAT operations are usually the handiwork of the SSG commandos trained for covert and irregular missions across the LoC, in conjunction with terrorists, after careful reconnaissance and study of vulnerable spots and patrolling patterns of Indian troops.

In the firefight, two Indian soldiers were killed.

The Pakistan shelling and firing started at 8.15 pm. That attack too was carried out under the cover of shelling by the Pakistani troops.

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