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Severe retaliation by Indian Army

Srinagar: In a rare admission of serious retribution from the Indian Army side, Defence Minister of Pakistan Khwaja M Asif mentioned in an interview to SAMAA TV that more than 70 soldiers and civilians were killed in firing originating from the Indian side of the LoC.

Six days ago a counter-infiltration patrol party of the Indian Army was attacked by Pakistan-based terrorists killing 3 Indian soldiers in Machhil sector of Kashmir. One soldier’s body was mutilated by the enemy.

The Northern Command of the Indian Army tweeted the following:

This was the second such incident of mutilation of the body of a slain Indian soldier.

It is believed that after this second incident, Manohar Parrikar gave a free hand to the Indian Army to retaliate at the enemy. During the said television interview, Khwaja M Asif mentioned that number of soldiers killed could be even higher.

SAMAA TV tweeted the following:

After India’s counter-offensive following the mutilation of a soldier’s body, Pakistan’s Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) called up his Indian counterpart. India’s Ministry of Defence has put out a statement saying that Pakistan requested DGMO-level talks.

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