In an unprovoked firing by Pakistan this morning the two Jawan’s were killed and there were mutilated, as the Army said, warning of "appropriate response" for the "despicable act." The soldiers who were killed - an army Jawan and a constable of the Border Security Force or BSF - were part of a team on patrol between two forward posts in the Krishna Ghati sector along the Line of Control that were attacked by Pakistan, said the Northern Command in a press statement.
"Pakistan is inviting its own ruin," said Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. He said the army will exact revenge.
The development of today’s will add to the storm tension between India and Pakistan at a time when Kulbhushan Jadhav the Indian national, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani army court which convicted him of intelligence. The accusation is been denied by the India; diplomats have denied access to Kulbhushan Jhadav, a former Naval Officer more than 15 times. Last year Kulbhushan was arrested in the restive province of Baluchistan and has been established as an operative of RAW, India's intelligence agency said by Pakistan.
The Northern Command said, "In an unsoldierly act by the Pak Army, the bodies of two of our soldiers in the patrol were mutilated. Pakistan Army’s hateful act will be appropriately responded."
Ceasefire declared by India and Pakistan in 2003 along the Line of Control which is the de-facto border has been accomplished futile over last 2 years with many violations. Confronted by India the worst civilian dissidence in Kashmir in decades, has accused to Pakistan for inciting and funding the tension. Regularly the Indian Military Bases are targeted by terrorists from across the border. At Kupwara, the latest case of attack last week.
Last Year in September, the Line of Control was crossed by Indian troops and targeted Launchpad’s used by the Terrorist in Kashmir occupied Pakistan. The Army said while revealing the operation that, it was necessary because terrorists were planning to enter India and launch attacks on major cities. The surgical strikes were direct military response for the deadly attack a few weeks earlier on the army base in Uri, where an assault by Pakistani terrorists killed 19 military personnel.