Indian Army used artillery guns to target terrorist camps in PoK after 2 jawans, a civilian were killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara

Two Indian soldiers were killed in ceasefire violation, along the Line of Control in Tangdhar sector in Jammu and Kashmir when Pakistan Army was pushing infiltrators into Indian territory

FP Staff October 20, 2019 16:32:11 IST
Indian Army used artillery guns to target terrorist camps in PoK after 2 jawans, a civilian were killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara

Heavy cross-border shelling is being reported near Jammu and Kashmir's Tanghar and Nowgam sectors. At least, two Indian soldiers and a civilian were killed as Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire in Tanghar sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district on Sunday, police said.

According to sources in the Indian Army, two Indian soldiers were killed in ceasefire violation, along the Line of Control in Tangdhar sector in Jammu and Kashmir when Pakistan Army was pushing infiltrators into Indian territory. Indian Army is retaliating strongly in the entire sector, the statement further said.

India Today reported that at least three civilians were killed in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir due to "heavy shelling". Three civilians were also injured (in Kashmir) in the firing by Pakistani troops, they said. Two houses were damaged in the incident.

Indian Army has launched attacks on terrorist camps situated inside Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) opposite the Tanghar sector. This is in retaliation to the support provided by Pakistan Army to push terrorists into Indian territory, Indian Army spokesperson was quoted as saying on Sunday.

Indian army has used artillery guns to target the terrorist camps which have been actively trying to push terrorists into Indian territory, ANI reported. A 27-year-old woman was killed on Tuesday due to unprovoked mortar shelling from the Pakistani side. The number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan has seen a spike this year, The Indian Express reported. The months of July, August, and September saw more combined violations than in the same months in the last two years.

With inputs from agencies

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