Pakistan lodges protest after Indian firing kills 4 soldiers

Pakistan lodges protest after Indian firing kills 4 soldiers

Pakistan lodges protest after Indian firing kills 4 soldiers

According to defence sources, out of the seven killed, at least four of the deaths were confirmed by the Pakistani government in a tweet on Monday.

Also on Monday, fighting erupted between the Indian troops and militants when soldiers intercepted heavily armed insurgents along the highly militarized de facto border that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, said Col. Rajesh Kalia, an Indian army spokesman. This all comes after Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor reacted to Gen. Rawat's statement and said such statements were unbecoming of a person of his stature.

A post by Government of Pakistan on its Twitter handle also read, "Four soldiers of #Pakistan Army have embraced martyrdom in unprovoked #Indian firing along the Line of Control in Jandrot-Kotli Sector".

Asserting that India was not in a position to launch a conventional war after over nulcearisation, Ghafoor said Pakistan had credible nuclear capability exclusively meant to foil any threat emanating from the east.

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The Army chief also talked about Pakistan's non-stop ceasefire violations.

It said Pakistani troops returned fire, reportedly killing three Indian soldiers.

Instead of weeding out terror-related activities from home turf, Pakistan has trained its guns on India.

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In July 2016, anti-India protests broke out in Indian controlled Kashmir after young separatist leader Burhan Wani was killed by Indian forces.

"We will call their bluff". Explaining the strategy he added "India is seeking support of other nations, group of nations in the region, to see that we are not isolated completely in a situation in Asia against an assertive China".

General Bipin Rawat, further talking about the same, said that Pakistan keeps helping intruders enter India and if compelled India will take strong actions.

Responding to Rawat's remark, Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Saturday issued a nuclear threat to India.

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