Indian Army answers Pakistani ceasefire violation with rocket launchers and bombs

Answering the back to back ceasefire violence showcased by the Pakistani side along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir area, the Indian Army took charge of the situation and destroyed an entire Pakistani post in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district.

As per reliable sources, the Indian troops did not take to task just any odd Pakistani camp but specifically targeted that particular camp which has been partaking in relentless ceasefire violations of late. The operation took place in Mendhar sector of Poonch district.

The Indian Army took help of rocket launchers and explosives to turn the Pakistani camp into ashes. It may be noted here that the Indian side has been answering appropriately to the ceasefire violations caused by Pakistan since a few days. In fact, according to a report by ABP Live, 22 Pakistani soldiers have been killed in counter-attacks launched by the Indian Army. The news agency also mentions that recently the Pakistani side has violated ceasefire terms as many as 250 times. Keeping that in mind, India’s answer to the Pakistani atrocities was much anticipated. The Indian side is, as of now, engaged in planning pro-active operations against the Pakistani launchpads situated right on or just across the LoC.

We have also been able to get hold of a video snippet from the firing at Mendhar sector. In this video, you may see a Pakistani post getting literally blown off by rocket launchers from the Indian side. Here’s the video for you –

Indian Army destroys most notorious Pakistan Army Post in Mendhar

Exclusive: Indian Army destroys most notorious Pakistan Army Post in Mendhar, 3 Pakistani soldiers killed.

Posted by Defence News India on 22 ಫೆಬ್ರವರಿ 2018

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Source: ABP Live

By: Shah on Friday, February 23rd, 2018