Rise in Crossfires by Pakistan at LoC Under Narendra Modi's Leadership

When it comes to deal with Pakistan only one thing comes in mind and that is force, because as our leades say, “If they hit us hard, we should hit them back 10 times as hard but the reality is far away from the phrase.

Since India attacked the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir training camps in September, There has been a tremendous rise in firing incidents across the Line of Control (LoC) . The data compiled by the Jammu and Kashmir government shows 124 exchanges of fire from 1 January to 21 June, 2017 this year alone, according to the report. So clearly, Pakistan hasn’t been discouraged by the increased  back and forth on the border.

After the Sugical Strike was conducted, everybody was feeling happy as they believed that India has finally given Pakistan a answer, which the actually deserve. After the Strike PM Narendra Modi said, “Our surgical strike created havoc across border. Pakistan now knows fully well what the Indian Army is capable of.” He also added that, “Our army’s valour is being discussed across the country these days. We used to hear earlier that Israel has done this. The nation has seen that Indian army is no less than anybody.”

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh while expressing his thoughts on Surgical strike said that, “that the security situation in the Valley had improved and there had been a 45 percent decline in infiltration by terrorists from Pakistan compred to the previous year. BJP general-secretary Ram Madhav said that Modi has “walked the talk”.

Everybody praised that Surgical strike and thought that now Pakistan has learnt his lesson and will never attack Indian army but is it really happening on the borders? No, it is not happening infact what’s happening on the borders is little bit painful because the reality is In June, two soldiers were killed  in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district after Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT) attacked Army’s patrol party along LoC. On 1 May, in a cross-LoC attack by suspected Pakistani terrorists in the Krishna Ghati sector in Jammu and Kashmir, three Indian soldiers were killed, with the body of one of them being mutilated. The incident triggered outrage across the nation. On 28 October, 2016, militants attacked a post and killed an Indian Army soldier and mutilated his body close to the LoC in the Machil sector and just like that, attack continues.

In January 2013, Lance Naik Hemraj was killed and his body mutilated by a  Border Action Team. It also beheaded Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh. Constable Rajinder Singh of the BSF battalion suffered injuries in the attack.In June 2008, a soldier of the 2/8 Gorkha Rifles lost his way and was captured by a Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT) in Kel sector. His body was found beheaded after a few days.

Things that like continues to happened and we believed that Surgical Strike was perfect answer for the Pakistan.

Crossfiring Between Security Forces and Terrorists in Anantnag, J&K

An encounter between the security forces and the terrorists is going on in Dayalgam village of Anantnag. During the search operation, it was found that two-three terrorists were hiding. There is news of the death of a woman in the action of the security forces.

“Security forces were fired at when they launched an operation in Batpora village after a tip-off about the terrorists hiding in a house. In the cross firing, the woman was wounded and later succumbed to her injuries,” the police said.

Tahira Begum, 44, sustained injuries during the encounter and was rushed to the district hospital, but she could not be saved, officials said.

Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Brenti-Batpora early today after they received information about the presence of at least three terrorists including Basheer Lashkari, a top Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist, who is believed to be the behind the killing of Kashmiri police officer Feroz Ahmed Dar and five other cops.

The official said the search operation turned into an encounter after the terrorists, who he said were using residents as human shields, opened fire on security forces. Clashes have erupted and there are reports of stone throwing in the area.


The Pak Army Once Again Violates The Ceasefire, 3rd Consecutive Day

By targeting Indian posts and civilian areas with mortar bombs, small and automatic weapons along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district the Pakistan Army violated ceasefire for the third consecutive day on Friday.

This is the 23rd incident of ceasefire violation in June.

“The Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing from small arms, automatic weapons and mortars from 0415 hours today on the Indian Army posts along the LoC in Bhimbher Gali (BG) sector,” a Defence spokesman said.

The Indian troops returned the fire strongly and effectively, he said.

On Thursday, two Indian Army jawans were injured when Pakistani troops fired from small arms and shelled mortars on forward posts and civilian areas along the LoC in Poonch district.

On June 27 (Wednesday), the Pakistani army violated ceasefire by unprovoked and indiscriminate firing and shelling along the LoC in Bhimbher Gali (BG) sector in Rajouri district from 1445 hours till late that night.

In this month, there have been 23 ceasefire violations by the Pakistani Army in Poonch and Rajouri districts besides a cross-LoC attack and two infiltration bids in which four people, including three jawans, have been killed.

On June 26, the occasion of Eid-ul Fitr, the Pakistani Army fired small arms and automatic weapons and shelled mortars along the LoC in Bhimbher Gali sector of Rajouri.


Terror Attack on CRPF Convoy in Srinagar Had Been Planned by Jamaat-ud Dawa, confirmed

In an exclusive video accessed by India Today, Hafiz Saeed’s brother-in law, Abdul Rehman Makki the man handling the  Jamaat-ud Dawa’s activities in the absence of Hafiz Saeed is seen praising the terrorist who attacked CRPF convoy in Srinagar on 25th June.

In a video which is said to be shot on Sunday, shows Makki praising Lashkar-e-taiba terrorists, when they holed up inside a school in Sri Nagar.

“For the last 24 hours, the battle has been continuing in Srinagar. Lashkar soldiers are fighting against Indian Army in Kashmir,” Makki is heard telling a gathering at JuD headquarters in Lahore.

“They are fighting against the cruel Indian Army. If we can’t help them in any way, then I request you to remember them in your prayers,” Makki goes on to say.

The Army killed two terrorists who had taken refuge inside DPS, Srinagar, school building after a 14- hour long encounter on Sunday.

The terrorists had first targeted the 29th Battalion of the Central Reserve Police Force at Pantha Chowk in Srinagar killing a sub-inspector and injuring two other securitymen.

Saeed was put under house arrest by the Nawaz Sharif government on April 30 reportedly after the US clearly told Islamabad that it’ll have to face  sanctions if it fails to act against JuD and Saeed.

Hafiz Saeed and his four aides have been detained for “spreading terrorism in the name of jihad”, Pakistan’s interior ministry had told a judicial review board. However, the latest video has once again nailed Pakistan’s lie.

JuD is believed to be the front for the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba . The organisation is accused of involvement in militant activities in India and has already been declared as a foreign terrorist organisation by the US in 2014.

“Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, may be “under house arrest in Pakistan but his terror group continues to plot and execute strikes on the Indian Soil.

BAT Members Carried Special Daggers and Headband Camera

The Pakistani Border Action Team(BAT) members entered the 600 meters across the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district on 22nd June. The Pakistani BAT members were armed with ‘special daggers’ and ‘headband cameras’ to mutilate and record the attack on the Indian Army patrol party.

In the attack two Indian soldiers lost their lives for the nation’s security while one BAT member was killed in retaliatory action by Indian troops. Army troops during search and sanitation operations, recovered the body of a member of the BAT team along LoC in Gulpur sector of Poonch district on Friday.

“The body of the intruder killed in the BAT attempt on 22 June has been retrieved and handed over to the local police,” a senior Army officer said. “Arms, ammunition and other war-like stores including a special dagger and a headband with a camera, knife, one AK rifle, 3 magazines, 2 grenades besides dresses and bags were recovered which reflects the barbaric mindset of the Pakistan army,” he added

Giving details, the officer said that a special class of dagger and a knife was meant to engineer quick mutilation and beheading of jawans killed in the firing exchanges and it has been foiled by the quick action by Indian soldiers.

The BAT member was wearing headband with camera on his head to record the action and possible mutilation of jawans, which was prevented by other troops who shot dead one of them and injured another, he said.
The officer said it is matter of investigation whether the camera was live connected with Pakistan army establishments across the border.

“The data and details of the camera will be analysed,” he said.

“We are confident that another BAT member has also been killed but his body was taken back by the other members of the BAT,” he said.

In the third such attack this year, a team of Pakistani special forces on Thursday sneaked 600 metres across the Line of Control (LoC) into the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

The Border Action Team (BAT), which generally comprises special forces personnel of the Pakistan army and some terrorists, carried out the attack at around 2pm on Thursday under heavy cover fire by Pakistani troops from their posts, he said.

“A Border Action Team of five to seven heavily-armed men, under the cover of Pakistani firing, entered 600 meters inside the LoC in Gulpur forward area in Poonch sector around 2pm yesterday and launched a fierce attack on Indian Army patrol party with several types of weapons,” the official said.

The armed intruders targeted an area domination patrol of the Indian Army, triggering a gunfight, the official said.

The Indian troops killed one of the attackers and injured another whose extrication was facilitated by the cover fire by the Pakistani troops from their posts.

In the firefight, two Indian soldiers were martyred. They were 34-year-old Naik Jadhav Sandip of Aurangabad, Maharashtra and 24-year-old Sepoy Mane Savan Balku of Kolhapur, Maharashtra.

The Pakistani firing continued till 3.30pm on Thursday even as the Indian posts retaliated strongly.
“The resolute action of our soldiers didn’t let the nefarious plan (of mutilating bodies and recording it on camera) succeed,” officer said.

Lashkar Commander Junaid Mattoo Has Been Reportedly Killed in a Gun Battle

Two terrorists including Lashkar’s Junaid Matto have been killed in the Kulgam encounter by Indian Army, SoG and the CRPF, news agency ANI has reported. They were among the three terrorists who were trapped inside a house in a village in south Kashmir’s Bijbehara area and were challenged by the security forces on Friday morning.

According to the police, A gunbattle had broken out between security forces and three terrorists of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba. The gun battle started at about 10 am in Arwani village after security forces, including army personnel, cordoned off the houses in Malik Mohalla following an intelligence tip-off that three Lashkar-e- Taiba militants were present inside, officials said. When the forces closed in, the militants opened fire triggering an encounter, said police.

“The terrorists opened fire at the security forces after being asked to surrender. In the gunfight, two of the terrorists have been killed. One of them is reportedly identified as Lahskar commander Junaid Mattoo,” CRPF deputy inspector general M. Dinakaran told IANS.

Mattoo, who carries a bounty of Rs. 10 lakh on his head, was involved in a day light attack last year on a police van in which three policemen, including an officer, were killed. His involvement is also suspected in the killing of a policeman in Kulgam on Thursday afternoon.

Reports from the area said the security forces used improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to blast the two houses where the militants had been hiding.

A civilian identified as Muhammad Ashraf Khar, 22, was killed in clashes between the security forces and a stone pelting mob which gathered near the encounter site. Twelve protesting civilians were injured in these clashes.

Chatter from the terror group had suggested that besides Mattoo, the Lashkar militants are believed to be one Azad Malik and a Pakistani national.


Pakistan Violets Ceasefire at Rajouri District in Jammu & Kashmir

On Wednesday, Pakistan again violated ceasefire in two places on the forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district today, shelling mortar bombs and started firing. No wounds or harms have taken place. A spokesperson of the army said that the Indian army is retaliating firmly and efficiently. “Pakistan Army indiscriminately fired small arms and 80 mm mortars from 0500 hours to 0545 hours in the Bhimbher Gali sector along the Line of Control,” the spokesperson said.


The officer said that the Indian army is only targeting Pakistani posts. “Unfortunately, Pakistan is violating ceasefire in civilian areas. We are giving full help to our citizens,” he added. Over the last few weeks, one citizen has died and seven others have been injured in the ceasefire violations. Three ceasefire violations took place on June 12, with the Pakistani army attacking Indian posts in the Krishna Ghati sector next to the Line of Control in Poonch. Over the last four days in Jammu region, there have been eight ceasefire violations. This takes the number of ceasefire violations in the region to 12 since the start of June in areas close to the Line of Control.


The ceasefire violations from Pakistan are regularly implied as cover fire for terrorists attempting to infiltrate into India. Terrorists have done a series of attacks since Monday evening. Over a time of four hours on Tuesday evening, four attacks took place crosswise over Kashmir in which 13 security personnel were injured. Near about 6 other attacks have occurred since Monday evening.