The Pakistan Army seems to be in a bowl of soup after the Indian Army and the Border Security Force gave a strong answer to the Pakistani cross-border firing. The resultant incessant firing from the Indian side has not only left the Pakistan Army run for cover but also left its notorious ISI or the Inter-Services Intelligence worried about the escalating casualties of their soldiers and army men.
As per reports furnished by Zee News, the ISI is finding it extremely difficult to put their anti-India agenda in place in wake of deadly response from the Indian Army and BSF jawans. Furthermore, the Indian Army has escalated their border monitoring and aerial surveillance so much that it has further discouraged the Border Action Team (BAT) of Pakistan from carrying out lethal sniper attacks on the Indian side.
It must be reported that in response to Pakistan’s incessant cross-border firing, the Indian Army showcased their valor and killed at least 138 personnel in the later part of 2017.
As per Zee News report, the ISI and the top brass of the Pakistan Army met at a secret meeting in Rawalpindi to discuss their development over India. In fact, reportedly the meeting was attended by LeT representatives and also representatives from other terror outfits, which expressed huge losses recently incurred by them thanks to the anti-terror operations launched in J&K by the Indian Army.
It has also came to the forefront that the ISI and the BAT are extremely worried about the Indian response after every attacked launched on the Indian Army at the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. This development on the Indian side has to do a lot with the Narendra Modi-led government, which gave full freedom to the Security Forces to carry out attacks on the Pakistan side.
In fact, to give a fitting reply to Pakistan, the BSF has recently launched “Operation Arjun”, which aims at farms and residences of retired Pakistan Army, ISI and Pakistan Rangers officers alongside the Indian border.
Interestingly, it may be recalled that Army Chief General Bipin Rawat had also warned on several occasions that the Indian troops will conduct another surgical strike, if and whenever the situation demands.