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Pak gets 'Zor Ka Jhatka' in Neelam Valley
10/20/2019 11:44:12 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Oct 20: Indian Army destroying the terror launch pads, Pakistan Army post and its camp in Neelam Valley in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) has rattled the neighbouring country. According to the media reports, Indian Army on late Saturday evening launched a massive counter offensive from Tangdhar Sector in North Kashmir and foiled an attempt of the Pakistani Army to push in the terrorists into this side of the Line of Control (LoC).
Media reports said the six terrorists and more than four Pakistani soldiers were killed in the retaliatory action by the Indian Army in Neelam Valley on the other side of the LoC.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Indian Army giving a befitting reply to enemy country by giving a calibrated response is a clear message to Pakistan that it cannot push in terrorists and infiltrators by resorting to ceasefire violations."
He said this time around Indian Army has not crossed the Line of Control but it ensured that Pakistan sponsored terrorists are neutralized before they could cross into this side. Following the counter offensive launched by the Indian Army, DG ISPR in Pakistan tweeted that one Pakistani soldier and three civilians were killed in the action by the Indian Army.
An observer said, "Since the day Government of India has reorganized Jammu & Kashmir Pakistan is trying to control the situation especially in the Kashmir Valley. Despite trying its best Pakistan has been unable to instigate people to hit the streets nor have been the terrorists sponsored by Pakistan succeeded in carrying out any major attacks in the Valley. The pressure being maintained by the security forces has frustrated the neighbouring country."
He said, "Pakistan is not finding it easy to foment trouble in the Valley as the trouble machinery (separatists and Pak stooges) have been taken care of. The handful of terrorists who are threatening shopkeepers, transporters, apple traders and school owners in the Valley will also be neutralized in coming days as their days are numbered."
The observer said, "Changed tactics of Indian Army and it choosing time and place of the attack have upset Pakistan Army and the rulers there. The message seems clear that India won't tolerate non-sense of terrorism anymore and Pakistan cannot keep on pushing infiltrators into J&K forever. If Pakistan refuses to mend its ways then Indian Army can cross the LoC and finish the terror infrastructure once for all. Balakote air strikes were just a trailer."
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