Today morning, 2 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists have been arrested in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district, after the BSF gunned down seven Pakistani rangers in retaliatory fire on Friday.
The Indian Army launched a counterattack and neutralized seven Pakistani rangers and one militant who were trying to infiltrate, Giving a befitting reply to Pakistan for the ceasefire violation.
The Pakistani rangers on Friday morning violated the ceasefire in Hira Nagar Sector of Jammu and Kashmir and fired at Indian positions on the (LoC) Line of control. 2 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists have been arrested, Ammunition including one AK-47 and one pistol has been seized.
The report also mentioned that 2 Pakistani SIM cards and a map showing deployment of security forces was recovered from his possession. A Pakistani spy was arrested from Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district for passing on vital data relating to deployment and movement of security forces to Pakistan.
The forces have kept a tight vigil on the line of control following reports of possible infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan-based terrorists.
The BSF in an official statement said, during intermittent firing of small arms and area weapon, one militant and seven Pakistani rangers were shot dead. in a befitting reply to a sniper attack of Pakistani rangers at 9:35 am this morning in Hira Nagar Sector of Jammu, BSF launched an offensive.
Today in Hira Nagar Sector, Pakistani rangers injured one BSF trooper. The BSF stated, He was evacuated and his condition is critical. The soldier was identified as Constable Gurnam Singh.
A BSF official reported, Constables Gurnam Singh, was evacuated with the cover fire to Government Medical college, Jammu.
Defence spokesman lieutenant colonel Manish Mehta said, Firing by Pakistan troops started at 12.40 p.m. Our troops effectively retaliated. Pakistan Army violated the ceasefire on the LoC in Rajouri district by using automatics and small arms to target Indian positions.
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