Pakistani troops used heavy artillery throughout Friday’s unprovoked ceasefire violations alongside the Line of Control (LoC) in a number of sectors of Jammu and Kashmir, inflicting lack of lives and an enormous injury to property on the Indian aspect, a prime BSF officer mentioned right here on Sunday.
Five safety forces personnel had been among the many 11 individuals killed in a number of cases of ceasefire violation by Pakistan alongside the LoC between the Gurez and Uri sectors of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, even because the Indian Army triggered in depth injury to Pakistan Army’s infrastructure in retaliation.
Those killed within the Pakistani aggression embrace 4 armymen, a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan and 6 civilians.
“Pakistan fired heavy artillery without any provocation, but the Army and the BSF fought with bravery, gave a befitting response to them and many defences (installations) of Pakistan were destroyed,” Inspector General of BSF, Kashmir Rajesh Mishra mentioned.
He was talking to reporters on the sidelines of the wreath-laying ceremony of BSF Sub-Inspector Rakesh Doval, who was killed within the Pakistani firing.
Mr. Mishra mentioned the Pakistani firing triggered lack of lives and an enormous destruction of civilian property on the Indian aspect of the fence.
He mentioned the slain BSF man deserves the very best tributes as he fought regardless of getting injured within the shelling.
Mr. Mishra mentioned about 250-300 militants had been prepared at launchpads throughout the LoC to sneak into the Indian aspect.
“Security forces, including the BSF, have been successful in foiling their designs and will continue to do that,” he mentioned.
The BSF officer additionally mentioned human rights organisations ought to be aware of the killings of civilians and the injury triggered to civilian properties within the intense shelling by Pakistan.