Indian soldier killed in Pakistani firing

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  1. BangersAndMash

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    An Indian Army soldier was killed and three injured in firing by Pakistani troops on positions along the Line of Control (LoC) Wednesday afternoon in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, an official said on Thursday.

    According to the Army spokesman, Pakistani troops started firing at Indian positions in Krishna Ghati sector on LoC in Poonch district, about 240 km north-west of Jammu Wednesday afternoon. "It was unprovoked small arms firing that hit a soldier on patrol, critically injuring him," he said.


    The spokesman revealed: "Pakistani firing intensified when our soldiers went ahead to evacuate the injured soldier who died later of grievous wounds in the neck."

    Indian soldier killed in Pakistani firing
     
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    Over 70 views and not even 1 RIP! The British a$$hole on the other thread got lots of RIPs!

    Rest In Peace soldier.

    I will never fully understand why India continues to take crap from unpure land! The only thing I can think of is India can't handle pressure from Pak lands 2 sugar daddies!
     
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    RIP to the brave soldier.

    Its a strange phenomenon, we have a ceasefire along the LoC and yet see several deaths every month.
     
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    Vishwarupa Senior Member Senior Member

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    RIP
    Wtf is our defense ministry doing? No reaction from anyone. Media is also not saying much
     
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    Rest in Peace brave soul.
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    our politicians are too busy in prez election.

    Seems like another attempt to divert attention or helping infiltration of their terrorists... Pakis cant fire at US Drones who are raping Pakistan everyday.

    RIP to the soldier! Pakis would pay dearly for all these acts of terrorism ultimately.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    KG Top and Balnoi Gap are very vulnerable and very active.

    I daresay we will instead be sitting inactive.
     
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    RIP brave soul

    We must retaliate hard on any such incident and make sure they pay 100% than what we suffer they cant keep on doing this and we being professional army not resorting to such methods.

    fu(|< in the name of Professionalism, We don't want to prove our professionalism to some idiot fat puki pigs gone rouge. Kill them and kill them hard. Make the life lost count
     
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    how many time we have to say rip

    we dont have human value or they are cardboard for shooting practices

    kill there 3 solider if they kill your one
     
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    RIP to the brave one. Death to his killers!
     
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    he is doing his job so that his family can get food .

    but truly we don't have value for human life
     
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    RIP for the follow hero, you have given your life for country.
     
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    what the f**k our congress is doing ,making peace deals and earning through scams
     
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    RIP. coward GOI will be silent over this. oh my brave soldiers its sometimes necesary to break the ordeal and repay with interest
     
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    R.I.P. mate
     
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    snipers of IA please kill few of the officers of PA.
     
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    RIP brave soldier.
     
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    Why the hell we did not start firing
     
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    Indian soldier killed in Pakistani firing

    Jammu: An Indian Army soldier was killed and three injured in firing by Pakistani troops on positions along the Line of Control (LoC) Wednesday afternoon in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, an official said on Thursday.

    According to the Army spokesman, Pakistani troops started firing at Indian positions in Krishna Ghati sector on LoC in Poonch district, about 240 km north-west of Jammu Wednesday afternoon. "It was unprovoked small arms firing that hit a soldier on patrol, critically injuring him," he said.

    The spokesman revealed: "Pakistani firing intensified when our soldiers went ahead to evacuate the injured soldier who died later of grievous wounds in the neck."

    The Indian side retaliated to the fire later and three more soldiers got injured in the exchange of fire. They were shifted to the army hospital where the condition of one of them is described as serious.

    The Pakistani side started firing small arms first. "But they fired mortars too in the night. The firing from Pakistani side (small arms) is still continuing, though Indian side has stopped in a bid to de-escalate the situation," the spokesperson said, adding that India has asked for a flag meeting with Pakistan through hotline.

    The spokesperson underlined, "The Indian response to Pakistani firing was measured and calibrated."

    This is the longest and severest ceasefire violation leading to exchange of firing between Indian and Pakistani side this year. The Indian side believes that the fire was aimed at providing cover to infiltrators from Pakistan across the LoC.

    There have been more than 250 'ceasefire violations' by Pakistan since 2006 and 15th this year, in which about two score security personnel were killed on the Indian side and over 65 got injured. Guns were silent on LoC from 2003 to 2006 "except for an aberration here and there". Majority of these 'violations' were in Poonch and Rajouri districts of Jammu region besides Kupwara and Baramulla in Kashmir valley.
     
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    what Indian soldiers were doing watching paki mujra..? Did govt of India provids guns and bullets to our soldiers or DVD's of mujra???
     

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