Pakistan Shells Six Places In 24 Hours Six Pakistani Troops Dies Across The Border In Retaliation Destroyed Several Posts – Pakistan raids six shells in 24 hours

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Poonch

Updated Sun, 11 Oct 2020 10:06 PM IST

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The Pakistani army, carrying out its nefarious act, opened fire from army posts and residential areas at six places from Balakot sector to Digwar sector of Poonch district from Saturday to Sunday. Pakistan fired mortar shells overnight. The Army also retaliated in retaliation. Six soldiers of the Pakistani Army were killed in this shelling and many posts were destroyed.

The fire continued till six in the morning on Sunday. The Pakistani Army again opened fire at Digwar, Karmada, Khadi and Gulpur sectors of the district at around 6.15 pm on Sunday. Two decades later, more than a dozen Pakistani shells fell in Poonch Nagar on Sunday. This causes panic among people. The blasts are heard from several kilometers away. The army has given a befitting reply. The firing from both sides continued till the news was written.

It is said that late Sunday evening, the Pakistani Army opened fire for the third consecutive day targeting the residential areas in the Digwar, Karmada, Khadi and Gulpur sectors of the Line of Control. During this time, the Pakistani army also expanded its range of fire and targeted Poonch city and fired more than a dozen airburst shells, which fell in the city’s Shichunga, Mohalla Talab and Wireless river, although it did not cause any harm. is.

Responding from the army, they fired back shells at those posts of the Pakistani army, which led to the fire in the Pakistani army post located across the Karmada region. Its flames were quite visible. On the other hand, Karmada villager Mohammad Shahnawaz says that for the last three days, the Pakistani army was shelling heavily in our area with this choki. The Indian Army fired shells at this checkpoint at around eight o’clock on Sunday, and since then the outpost has been engulfed in flames, and since then the firing has also calmed down.

Front opened in Sunderbani too
In the village Minaka of Sunderbani sector, the Pakistani army violated the ceasefire and targeted the army posts. No damage is reported. Here late in the evening, Pakistan fired shells in Indian territory with small arms. The firing from both sides continued till the news was written. conversation

Seven hours shelling on IB in Hiranagar
Even on the international border, Pakistan is not deterred from violating the ceasefire. On Saturday night also, Pakistani Rangers tried to target military posts and residential areas by shelling for about seven hours. Meanwhile, 25 Chenab Rangers intercepted firing from Pakistan’s Pappu Chak and Jagwal Post from 10 am to 5 am on Saturday night. Karol Kotha and Fakira Post of BSF and the residential areas adjoining it were also targeted. However, there is no notice of loss of life or property in it.

The Pakistani army, carrying out its nefarious act, opened fire from army posts and residential areas at six places from Balakot sector to Digwar sector of Poonch district from Saturday to Sunday. Pakistan fired mortar shells overnight. The Army also retaliated in retaliation. Six soldiers of the Pakistani Army were killed in this shelling and many posts were destroyed.

The fire continued till six in the morning on Sunday. The Pakistani Army again opened fire at Digwar, Karmada, Khadi and Gulpur sectors of the district at around 6.15 pm on Sunday. Two decades later, more than a dozen Pakistani shells fell in Poonch Nagar on Sunday. This causes panic among people. The blasts are heard from several kilometers away. The army has given a befitting reply. The firing from both sides continued till the news was written.

It is said that late Sunday evening, the Pakistani Army opened fire for the third consecutive day, targeting the residential areas in the Digwar, Karmada, Khadi and Gulpur sectors of the Line of Control. During this time, the Pakistani army also expanded its range of fire and targeted Poonch city and fired more than a dozen airburst shells, which fell in the city’s Shichunga, Mohalla Talab and Wireless river, although it did not cause any harm. is.

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