Indian army foils plans of Pakistani troops to strike Srinagar
January 1, 2019
The Pakistani troops tried to enter Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday just before New Year's Eve. But the plan was foiled by the Indian army at the Line of Control at Naugam district. Two Pakistani's were killed in the strike between Indian forces and Pakistani troops. The army has asked Pakistan to take back the bodies as soon as possible.
According to reports, Pakistani border action team members are the ones who tried to enter India for a strike. They were wearing Pakistani army uniforms and was carrying arms and ammunitions with them including powerful explosives. They clearly had plans to go ahead with a massive strike in the area. Indian army is looking out for more Pakistani's in the area to ensure that no strikes take place.
#Pakistan gets befitting response to an attempted BAT attack in #Naugam sector, #Baramulla. #IndianArmy foiled a major attempt to strike a fwd post along the #LoC in the early hours of 30 Dec 18. At least 02 likely Pak soldiers neutralized & an array of warlike stores recovered- Chinar Corps-Indian Army
Social media users expressed their love for the Indian army by posting congratulatory messages.
"Last day of the Year, we are enjoying this day with our love ones and i am very thankful to #IndianArmy to provide us outside safety and security but it's very disappointed that our politician's cannot provide us inside safety and security!", tweeted Jyoti Kumari Gupta.
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