Modi Government Indian Army Carrying Out Pinpoint Strikes on Terror Launchpads Inside Pok – Another strike on Pakistan, demolished terrorist hideout in Pakistan occupied Kashmir


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Thu, 19 Nov 2020 07:58 PM IST

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The Indian Army has conducted a pinpoint strike on suspected terrorist targets in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. It is considered a response to the Pakistani Army’s daring to send terrorists to India before the onset of winter. According to news agency PTI, this information has been given by sources connected to the Indian Army. However, the Indian Army has also received an answer in this matter. It said that the PTI news related to the ceasefire violation on November 13. Today there was no firing from the Indian Army.

Despite repeated efforts to establish peace on behalf of India, the Indian Army has once again given a befitting reply to Pakistan. The Indian Army has conducted a ‘pinpoint strike’ on suspected terrorist targets in Pak Occupied Kashmir (PoK). The army took this action in response to the ceasefire violation on 13 November.

On Friday (November 13), Pakistan opened fire in several areas along the LoC in northern Kashmir, killing about four civilians and five security personnel. In response, the Indian Army cracked down on Pakistani targets with anti-tank guided missiles and artillery guns, killing at least eight Pak soldiers and injuring 12.

Pak told the terrorists killed, ordinary citizens
Sources said, the Indian Army has responded to the Pakistani Army’s move to target civilians by pinpoint strikes on suspected launchpads in the PoK. Sources further said that Pakistan has described the death of terrorists as the death of ordinary citizens to get consolation and help from foreign donors.

This move of the Indian Army is considered a response to the courage of the Pakistani Army to infiltrate terrorists into India before the winter season starts. According to news agency PTI, this information has been given by the sources of the Indian Army. However, no firing has been done by the army today i.e. on Thursday.

Pakistan aims to spread unrest in Jammu and Kashmir
Sources said that Pakistan has been trying to strike a balance between avoiding the global anti-terrorism organization FATF (Financial Action Task Force) and supporting terrorism. Its purpose is to spread unrest in Jammu and Kashmir. In the last few weeks, the Pak Army has targeted civilians in the Indian territory of LoC.

Sources said that the Pakistan Army has aggressively targeted ordinary civilians with heavy firepower and tried to infiltrate terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. According to an official figure, 21 innocent civilians lost their lives in this year’s shelling by Pakistan. The number was 18 in 2019.

Sources said that Islamabad is using new methods to push the youth of Jammu and Kashmir towards extremism and put weapons in their hands. He is trying to hide his involvement in such incidents in view of the international pressure on himself to take action against terrorist organizations that are flourishing on his land.

The Indian Army has conducted a pinpoint strike on suspected terrorist targets in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. It is considered a response to the Pakistani Army’s daring to send terrorists to India before the onset of winter. According to news agency PTI, this information has been given by sources connected to the Indian Army. However, the Indian Army has also received an answer in this matter. It said that the PTI news related to the ceasefire violation on November 13. Today there was no firing from the Indian Army.

Despite repeated efforts to establish peace on behalf of India, the Indian Army has once again given a befitting reply to Pakistan. The Indian Army has conducted a ‘pinpoint strike’ on suspected terrorist targets in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). The army took this action in response to the ceasefire violation on 13 November.

On Friday (November 13), Pakistan opened fire in several areas along the LoC in northern Kashmir, killing about four civilians and five security personnel. In response, the Indian Army cracked down on Pakistani targets with anti-tank guided missiles and artillery guns, killing at least eight Pak soldiers and injuring 12.

Pak told the terrorists killed, ordinary citizens
Sources said, the Indian Army has responded to the Pakistani army’s move to target civilians by pinpoint strikes on suspected launchpads in PoK. Sources further said that Pakistan has described the death of terrorists as death of ordinary citizens to get consolation and help from foreign donors.

This move of the Indian Army is considered a response to the courage of the Pakistani Army to infiltrate terrorists into India before the winter season starts. According to news agency PTI, this information has been given by the sources of the Indian Army. However, no firing has been done by the army today i.e. on Thursday.

Pakistan aims to spread unrest in Jammu and Kashmir
Sources said that Pakistan has been trying to strike a balance between avoiding the global anti-terrorism organization FATF (Financial Action Task Force) and supporting terrorism. Its purpose is to spread unrest in Jammu and Kashmir. In the last few weeks, the Pak Army has targeted civilians in the Indian territory of LoC.

Sources said that the Pakistan Army has aggressively targeted ordinary civilians with heavy firepower and tried to infiltrate terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. According to an official figure, 21 innocent civilians lost their lives in this year’s shelling by Pakistan. The number was 18 in 2019.

Sources said that Islamabad is using new methods to push the youth of Jammu and Kashmir towards extremism and put weapons in their hands. He is trying to hide his involvement in such incidents in view of the international pressure on himself to take action against terrorist organizations that are flourishing on his land.


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