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Pak resorting to ceasefire violations leave 21 Indians dead in 9 months
'Liberating PoK will end miseries of border residents'
9/22/2019 11:29:11 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 22: There is no letup in ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) especially in Poonch and Rajouri districts in Jammu region. According to the officials, this year Pakistan has violated the ceasefire over 2050 times leaving 21 Indians dead and scores of others injured.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Since the day Government of India has reorganized Jammu & Kashmir, the ceasefire violations have increased manifold. Besides targeting the civilian areas, the Pakistan Army is trying to push in terrorists into this side."
He said that Indian Army is giving a befitting reply to these truce violations and is not allowing the terrorists to infiltrate but the neigbouring country is not learning any lessons. "It looks like that terror bosses sitting across the Line of Control are hell bent upon vitiating the atmosphere in Jammu region too. They want to push the terrorists into the winter capital to unleash terror. Their nefarious designs have been foiled by the alert troops as they are not allowing the terrorists to cross the LoC," he added.
An observer said, "Border residents are the worst sufferers as they are being targeted again and again. Mortar shells fired from the other side land in their residential areas and in their agricultural land. They need to be safeguarded and protected but it cannot happen till the neigbouring country is taught a lesson once for all."
Quoting the media reports, the observer said, "The border residents are fed up of the daily ceasefire violations. They are waiting for the Government of India to take a decisive action once for all so that uncertainty in their life could end." He said, "Situation along the LoC and the border, especially in Jammu region is grim, the GoI cannot keep this issue lingering on anymore. It has to decide what should be the future course of action. There is a bleak possibility about Pakistani Army mending its ways. Either the border residents have to be shifted to the safer zones or the LoC has to be trampled to push the Pakistani Army back."
A Defence analyst said, "The general opinion among the people in the country is that the Indian Army should be allowed to cross the LoC to end all the disputes once for all. Liberating Pakistan occupied Kashmir will ensure peace permanently and will fulfill the dream of Akhand Bharat."
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