Indian Army soldier killed in ceasefire violation by Pakistan

Indian Army soldier killed in ceasefire violation by Pakistan

Indian Army soldier killed in ceasefire violation by Pakistan

The aim of the Army's operations is to deny terrorists any "comfort zone" and "freedom of movement" by going hot on their heels.

One of the attackers has been apprehended and he confessed to the crime, according to ANI.

The militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) on Friday asked China "to take more steps to pressurise India on implementation of United Nations resolutions on Kashmir" even as the police arrested a militant affiliated with group in north Kashmir's Bandipora district. "He was a fresh recruit", they added.

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She then pours the contents of the glass into the bottle. "We're not allowed to pour things out while we're on the ground". But a spokesperson from Emirates told a publication that such actions "did not comply" with their quality standards.

Alleging that "deadly chemicals weapons" were used during anti-militancy operation in Kashmir, LeT spokesman said, "We immensely appreciate the support of China for Kashmiris and their rights". "As per reports, forces have barged into the Jamia Masjid and ruthlessly beaten up the people besides scores were arrested and several pedestrians have fallen victim to such terrorism by the men in uniform", he said.

Also, the Army has more elbow room to go after terrorists in North Kashmir without worrying over collateral damage as it is sparsely populated due to hilly terrain.

In yet another incident of ceasefire violation by Pakistan, an Indian Army soldier was killed in the Manjakote area of Rajouri district in Jammu and Kashmir. Some infiltration bids have already taken place in these sectors in the past few weeks but the situation is manageable. They belonged to the Army's Jammu and Kashmir Rifles and were residents of Jammu region of the State.

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