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Pakistan: Violates Ceasefire in J&K’s Poonch and Balakote Naik Mahendra Chemjung Died

Pakistan: Violates Ceasefire in J&K’s Poonch and Balakote Naik Mahendra Chemjung Died :- Well, another big news is coming out from the Pakistan, India Border where again Pakistan army did Ceasefire violation and tried to make violence through their army. As per the reports, on Wednesday the Pakistan army violated ceasefire along the line of control in Nagarkot of Digwar sector in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. Also, the sources are saying that the Pakistani army tried to intermittent firing in Balakote sector, targeting police posts.

Now, you can see that how much this whole thing is affecting the whole local border area. Also, the way Pakistan is breaking Ceasefire is very bad not just for the Indian people even for the Pakistan too. Meanwhile, the Indian Army is retaliating strongly to the heavy mortar shelling and firing by Pakistan.

Pakistan: Violates Ceasefire in J&K’s Poonch

As per the reports, earlier on Tuesday, Naik Mahendra Chemjung lost his life after Pakistani troops resorted to intermittent firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch district. Even, the very important part is that the Pakistani army violated ceasefire 503 times this year till now.

Overall, the sad news was out for the family of Naik Mahendra Chemjung, 35, belonged to Chilingdin in Nepal and is survived by his wife Nayan Kala Chemjung and a son. The Ministry of External Affairs on Tuesday summoned Pakistan’s Deputy High Commissioner Syed Haider Shah to India and issued a demarche over the death of minors in an unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan forces in the Poonch sector on Monday.

Indian armies are replying the ceasefire violation in the very aggressive way. On Tuesday, a group of three terrorists entered BSF camp premises near the Srinagar airport and opened fire. BSF Assistant Sub Inspector BK Yadav, who was injured in the terror attack, succumbed to his injuries. All the terrorists, who were members of 11-member ‘Afzal Guru Squad’ of Jaishe-Mohammad, were killed.