India Has Enough Evidence Of Pak Involvement In Ceasefire

Line of Control
Line of Control

After Pakistan’s cruel ceasefire act, they denied that any such kind of violence across the LoC. The Pakistan govt. has denied the charges of the beheading of two soldiers at Krishna Ghati in Poonch, Jammu. On Wednesday morning, India has told it’s neighboring country that they have enough amount of evidence to prove their involvement in this brutal act. Among the evidence, there is a blood stain trailing back towards the Pakistan border which shows that the Pakistani Forces entered the Indian side of LoC and beheaded the two soldiers then went back.

Pakistan high commissioner Abdul Basit has been summoned by the Foreign secretary of India S Jaishankar for this dreadful act. The ceasefire by the Pakistani forces known as BAT (Border Action Team) has outraged a widespread anger across the country and people have come out on the streets in order to protest against Pakistan PM and Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa. It has been speculated that Bajwa visited the LoC line just a day before the Pakistan forces executed the ceasefire.

Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit
Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit

The families of the two martyred soldiers have demanded the similar strike against Pakistan to avenge their death. Jaishankar has expressed that the mutilation done by the BAT squad is certainly be interpreted as an act of provocation. An immediate action has been demanded against the Pakistani forces and other officers responsible for this act.

Spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs, Gopal Baglay said, “Blood samples of the Indian soldiers that have been collected and the trail of blood on the Roza Nala line clearly show that the killers returned across the Line of Control. Sufficient evidence that this act was committed by personnel of the Pakistan Army who crossed the Line of Control in Krishna Ghati sector.” He also added, “It is an unfortunate reality that cross-border terrorism continues to pose a grave threat to peace and stability in our region as well as threaten the security of neighbors of the country which is perpetuating it.”

MEA spokesperson Gopal Baglay
MEA spokesperson Gopal Baglay

In the morning hours of Monday, Pakistani forces unit known as Border Action Team (BAT) entered Indian side of LoC for around 400-500 meters with the help of early mortar firing and automatic guns firing for the cover. The attack on the two Indian posts has lead to the loss of two soldiers who were mutilated and beheaded by the Pakistani forces at the LoC. Our deep condolences to the families of the two martyred soldiers.

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