Sufficient evidence to show Pak army regular mutilated Indian

He said such an act can not be carried out without the "protection, participation or the actual indulgence" of the army. The DGMO also conveyed to his Pakistani counterpart that "full fire" support was provided by their army post located in the vicinity of the place where Indian soldiers were decapitated.

"The fact that cover firing was provided to those who carried out this act.... they are helped to escape, in such a heavily guarded border where posts are within few meters of each other, this can not happen without the protection or the participation or the actual indulgence of the army", the defence minister said. The Pakistani army establishment has denied its involvement in the attack. India yesterday summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit to demand action against Pakistani soldiers responsible for the beheading of two of its soldiers.

Indian opposition parties have also urged their government "to punish Pakistan", the reports added. Government of India strongly condemns this act. "You will get the information with confirmation on what the result will be", he said. He also referred to the combing operation that was conducted today by the security forces and said that it was carried out to make sure that the situation is under control after continuous attacks on police officers.

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The Pakistani Army again violated the ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district on Wednesday, triggering a retaliation from the Indian Army. "After one surgical strike by us, they (Pakistan) have killed our soldiers ten times more". Now, when he has become the Prime Minister of the country, he visi.

Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad asserted the sacrifice made by the fallen soldiers would not go in vain. We are taking measures.

  • Salvatore Jensen