Pakistan it seems has not learnt any lessons from the massacre of innocent children at Peshawar. It continues to support terror outfits and its forces continue violating the ceasefire . In yet another round of Pakistani aggression, one BSF jawan was killed and another one injured after ceasefire violation by our neighbor. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar recently wondered why Pakistan could not remain quite even on a New Year stating that Pakistan seems not to learn anything from its mistakes. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had recently stated India is ready to give Pakistan a fitting reply for its brazen ceasefire violations.
Rajnath Singh has also accused that Pakistan is trying to push terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir and providing cover to such attempts by continuous firing along the border. The home minister has advised Pakistan to desist from such violations.
A PTI report had earlier revealed that Pakistan-based terrorist groups are continuously trying to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir by taking advantage of cross-border firing as they aim to carry out “spectacular” attacks ahead of U.S. President Barack Obama’s Republic Day visit to India.
Pakistan had alleged that India killed two Pakistani Rangers in cold blood after calling them for a meeting on the International Border on December 31. “On December 31, 2014, the Indian Border Security Force troops invited the personnel of the Punjab Rangers for a flag meeting, but greeted the unsuspecting soldiers with a volley of unprovoked fire, causing severe injuries to two soldiers. The unabated Indian firing denied timely medical attention to the wounded soldiers, who succumbed to their injuries,” claimed a press release issued by the Pakistan Foreign Office. India has rejected the allegations as baseless.
As per reports, a civilian was also injured in mortar shelling by Pakistani troops through the night in Samba district, 41 km from Jammu. This was the third ceasefire violation by Pakistan troops in two days. Pakistani Rangers waved white flags requesting BSF to stop firing, on Wednesday, so that they could fetch the bodies of their dead men. The BSF stopped firing to allowed them to come to the border line and get the bodies of those dead, honoring their request.
Reportedly, Pakistan Army is moving forward as a result of India’s strong response along the Line of Control (LOC).