India focused on the varnish, Pakistan ceasefire violations to push ultras | India news | Instant News

Pakistan continues continued violations of the ceasefire and attempts to push militants across the line of control as India blocked due to an ongoing opposition forces with China in Eastern Ladakh, increasing threat of collusion of two long, undefined border.
Latest figures show India has recorded over 2,250 violations of the cease-fire (WFSC) along the 778-km loc with Pakistan this year, while its security forces killed about 130 terrorists — nearly 50 in June — in counter-insurgency operations in Kashmir.
Itself on Sunday, the strong retaliation by the Indian army, two Pakistani soldiers were believed to have been killed on the frontline in the sector of Mendhar, while three others were wounded opposite the poonch and Nowhere sectors.
“Pakistan obviously wants more fish in troubled waters…he wants to push as many terrorists as possible across the line of control, under cover of cross-border attacks, at a time when our attention is diverted in the direction of the line of actual control (LAC) with China,” said a senior officer.
With intelligence claiming 280 to 300 heavily armed terrorists waiting for the right time to sneak into Kashmir, the army has no other choice but to hold his guard firmly along the line of contact as well.
“Given the situation, the army can’t afford to move some additional forces from Novomoskovsk in Lac. Two active fronts of the grim reality now. But we have enough forces in Kashmir and Ladakh in any case,” said another official.
Judging by the surge being witnessed in the number VFSC this year in Pakistan, it could break all previous records. There were 3,479 VFSC and firing on both the loc and 198-km international border in J&K in 2019, which was the first highest number recorded since 2003.


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