No ceasefire violations by Pakistan in over a week, says BSF, but insists 'misadventures' will get befitting reply

Indore: No incident of ceasefire violation by Pakistan on the international border has come to light in over a week in the areas guarded by the Border Security Force (BSF), the force's director general KK Sharma said on Friday.

Representational image. PTI

Representational image. PTI

However, any misadventure by the neighbouring country will get a befitting reply from the paramilitary force which has been deployed along the border, he warned.

Speaking to reporters, Sharma said there has been peace in the areas along the International Border since 23-24 January, where the BSF is deployed. "No incident of ceasefire violation from the Pakistan side has been reported in this area of late," Sharma said.

On 25 January, there was a flag-meeting at the request of the Pakistan Rangers and both sides decided there would be no ceasefire violation on the international border, the top official said.

He also said the BSF is ready to face any situation on the border and if Pakistan indulges in any misadventure it would get a befitting reply.

There were several instances of ceasefire violations by Pakistan last month.


Updated Date: Feb 03, 2018 09:16 AM

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