J&K: Watch Exclusive footage of Indian Army’s befitting Reply to Pakistan which will give You ‘Goose Bumps’

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In a Small Video footage which was taken from the Jammu & Kashmir International Border while Indian Army is giving befitting reply to Pakistan by destroying there posts.

The Reply of a Jawan to the Pkaistani Army after destroying there Post will give ”Goose bumps” to any Indian, he can be heard talking with one of his Colleague after retaliating that “How Dare these Pakistani fired on our Post, What does they think, Don’t they Know we will destroy them Complete, Now let them feel the heat.

The Central government has ordered to suspend the security operations against terrorist in the state during the holy month of Ramzan.

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J&K Ceasefire Violation : #Watch Exclusive footage of Indian Army's befitting Reply to Pakistan which will give You Goose Bumps

Posted by Jammu culture and heritage on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Pakistani troops targeted border outposts and villages with mortar shells and small arms in Jammu district on Monday, killing an eight-month-old boy and injuring six, including a special police officer, officials said.

Firing from across the border took place in several areas along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB), drawing effective retaliation from the Indian troops, the officials said.

Eight-month-old Nitin Kumar, sleeping with his family outside their home in Pallanwala sector along the LoC, was killed in Pakistani firing, while six people, including the special police officer, were injured in Pakistani shelling in Arnia sector along the IB.

Today’s firing, in violation of a ceasefire agreement, came two days after four civilians and a BSF jawan were killed in firing by Pakistani troops in Jammu district. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who met a few victims of Saturday’s attack, described the killings as “highly unfortunate”.

She said the attacks came when Ramzan had just begun and the people of the state had heaved a sigh of relief after the central government announced an unilateral halt to security-related operations in the state during the holy month.Union Minister Jitendra Singh said by killing people during the holy month of Ramzan, Pakistan “is guilty of sacrilege”