As Pakistan violated the ceasefire by killing one BSF jawan on Wednesday on the Border, the Indian Army retaliated heavily by killing four Pakistan Rangers. The Army further warned Pakistan to refrain from provoking India or else face strong action.
“If Pakistan rangers fire on us, we will also fire on them. If they suffer collateral damages (in our action), they (Pakistan) should be ready for that,” Inspector General (IG) of BSF, Jammu Frontier, Rakesh Sharma said. The Pakistan forces continue to target the Indian Posts despite the loss they suffered yesterday.
Constable Ram Gawaria died yesterday when Pakistan violated ceasefire along International Border (IB) in Samba sector by firing on a BSF patrol party. The retaliation fire by Indian Army killed 4 Rangers and injured many. The Army believes that over 50-60 militants are ready to sneak into the Indian territory and that’s the reason why Pakistan is violating the ceasefire.