Republic Day: BSF says no to sharing sweets with Pakistan Rangers
Srinagar, Jan 26: Showing a tough stand, Border Security Force (BSF) said they will not share sweets with the Pakistan Rangers at Attari-Wagah border in view of ongoing tension along borders.
Sources told U4UVoice in Jammu, Border Security Forces have decided not to share sweets in view of continuous ceasefire violations by Pakistan at the International Border (IB) and the Line of Control (LoC).
At least 13 people, including seven civilians, have been killed in unprovoked Pakistani firing along the IB and LoC in the few days.
A soldier injured in Pakistani firing died on Wednesday at a hospital in Rajouri.
BSF sources said Indian troops inflicted heavy damage on Pakistani troops, killing seven Rangers and destroying four border posts of Pakistan across the International Border last week.
Around 10,000 residents of border villages in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts have migrated, leaving behind their homes, fields and cattle.