Samvad News Agency, Rajori
Updated Sat, 21 Nov 2020 07:46 PM IST
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Havildar Patil Sangram Shivaji, who was martyred, was a resident of Kolhapur in Maharashtra. The army saluted his sacrifice and said that the whole country will always remember his sacrifice. Pakistani soldiers opened fire with small arms, targeting army posts at around 1.30 pm on Saturday night. After some time the shells started firing from the mortar. During this time, Pakistan tried to infiltrate the terrorists and send them to Indian territory.
The vigilant army personnel responded to the Pakistani army’s shelling and thwarted the infiltration attempt. The Pakistani army suffered heavy losses during army shelling. In the Lam region, the army has issued an alert and alerted the people living in the area. An army official said that the situation on the Line of Control is tense. The army is ready to give a befitting reply to Pakistanis.
Pakistan also fired on IB for six hours
Pakistani Rangers opened fire on Hiranagar and Samba sectors on the India-Pakistan International Border (IB). Along with BSF posts, residential areas were also targeted. But no loss of life or property is reported.
The 25 Chenab Rangers of Pakistan started firing from the Bhike Chak, Karol Panga, Chak Saman post at 10 am in the Hiranagar sector which continued till four in the morning. BSF’s Maniyari, Karol Krishna, Satpal and Gurnam Post were targeted. At the same time, Pak razors violated the ceasefire on Saturday morning on the advance post erosion of border village Chak Dulma in Samba district. Razors opened fire on the BSF advance post erosion from Sukmal post. BSF personnel maintained moderation and did not respond.