Jawan killed, finger at Pakistan

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  1. sydsnyper

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    Indian Army Jawan Killed in First Ceasefire Violation After Election

    Army Jawan Killed in First Ceasefire Violation After Election | NDTV.com

    New Delhi: An army jawan was killed and two others injured on Sunday when they went to rescue a colleague hurt by in a landmine blast, in the first major incident of firing by Pakistani troops at the border after the Narendra Modi-led BJP won the general election.

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    We should follow the policy of us infiltrating pakiland and slaughtering their men...
     
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    Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has expressed hope for good ties with the new BJP-led government to be helmed by Mr Modi.

    Mr Sharif has reportedly cited his working relationship with Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the last prime minister to lead a BJP government, as a reason for his optimism.
    Sharif needs to change Pak policy then, which results in Pakis infiltration of India territory and placing landmines!

    This incident was an ambush. Pakis place mines, wait for jawan to be injured, then fire on men going to his assistance.

    A proper response would have been an airstrike on Pak positions. :mad:

    This incident is a clear deliberate provocation.
     
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    Re: Indian Army Jawan Killed in First Ceasefire Violation After Electi

    Why can I not immediately edit my posts???
     
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    Wait Mr Yankee are you looking to provoke both sides for bloodshed? ... let the govt settle down first.

    Pakis are feeling insecure and ignored specially when all were busy in a democratic election which Pakis can only dream of.
     
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    .RIP To the Jawan

    No More waiting


    All of them infornt of Modi's view ..

    For why we elected BJP ..for why we Voted for Modi


    Lets see What's the Action from the PM
     
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    I have taken your rights since you are editing your posts too much.
     
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    RIP to the Jawan.
     
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    He is not a PM yet.. Pakis taking advantage of no government at centre
     
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    The facts of the incident speak for themselves. If you are content with Indian soldiers being killed without any consequence to Pakistan, sit back and enjoy the situation. It would be a shame of the new government exhibits nothing more than liberal bedwetting. Meanwhile, I'll put you in the same category as prohumanity :)
     
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    The Armed Forces hand's are not Tied ..they can react
     
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    No can't say with credibility that the mine was placed by a Pakistani infiltrator.

    Mines, especially the lighter anti- personnel one have a habit of getting displaced from their implanted position due to rains as they are placed rather superficially.

    If fence area ( fence area is mined and blue print kept ) the place where the engineer core jawan was working, was not inspected for long, then there is chance that he had stepped on our own mine ( whose position is displaced from what is indicated in the blueprint)

    But, what followed after that is accurate, Pakistanis attacked the rescue party send to evacuate the jawan. In their haste to reach the injured jawan, they might have overlooked some SoP. which proved costly.

    This kind of incident has little affect on our Pakistan Policy or our Pakistan policy has little effect on this kind of incident ( unless explicitly stated by GoI or Army top brass)

    The response is standard and autonomous with the sector commander.

    Acknowledged rather not or reported rather not but, response is done to keep troops moral high. ( I shall not discuss here)
     
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    Do you know there is a power vacuum in the current political situation in India and Pakis know it?

    Let's see what the new govt do but one thing for sure Pakis don't want peace until they are thrashed out of their senses to the ground.

    The war monger Un-Islamic Pak Army is really insecure and want to raise the "BJP" "MODI" "RSS" boogey to its awaam.
     
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    I don't want to Know who want to Raise their Hands ..But We have to save our Soldiers from unwanted Deaths


    Power Vacuum ..Is a Small order for return fire with Heavy Weapons need a Nod from PM of India

    I Think our Forces hands are no more tied by damn Secular Congress ..
     
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    Fact is most of the Army chiefs are Government puppets..
     
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    Last time Pakis got silenced by the 40 mm's Vs their 5 mm's and Army Chief threatened Pakis.Also few Pakis were killed by IA and Pakis started crying all over internet.
     
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    Re: Indian Army Jawan Killed in First Ceasefire Violation After Electi

    Pakistan actually wants to prove Ham nehi badlenge. :truestory: :mad:

    India should do same to teach Pakis a lesson.
     
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    Rest In Peace ..
     
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    MODI should take tough stand on pakis , enough of soft balls
     
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    Cross border raids on Paki posts should be restarted if possible.
     
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    Jawan killed, finger at Pakistan- Suspicion of cross-border raid

    Srinagar, May 19: An army jawan died after being attacked close to the LoC in Jammu by suspected members of a Pakistani squad that also comprises militants, escalating border tension ahead of Narendra Modi’s coronation.

    Army sources said members of the Border Action Team (BAT) — believed to comprise Pakistani troops and militants — were involved in the incident in Jammu’s Akhnoor sector yesterday.

    The accounts of the sources and an army spokesperson suggested the attackers may have crossed over.

    The strike comes days before the swearing-in of Modi, who had said earlier this month that talks with Pakistan could not be held amid “bombs blasts and gunshots”. In January last year, an Indian soldier’s head was severed in a suspected cross-border raid in Jammu’s Poonch, over 100km from the site of the latest attack.

    In a separate incident that occurred today in Budgam near Srinagar, an army jawan was killed in a gun battle with militants.

    In yesterday’s Jammu attack, suspected BAT members first exploded a device when an Indian army patrol was passing a post in Akhnoor’s Jugwan area, the sources said.

    The explosion left a jawan injured and when others rushed to the spot, they came under fire in which one of the personnel died and another soldier was wounded.

    “The incident took place 500 to 600 metres inside the fence,” an army officer said. The slain jawan was identified as Sepoy Bhikale Uttam Balu of the Maratha Light Infantry regiment. He was from Maharashtra.

    The army spokesperson said the attackers were “unidentified armed personnel” who had “crossed over to this side of the fence”. He didn’t clarify whether the “armed personnel”, who used mines and small arms fire, were militants or Pakistani troops.

    “Our troops returned fire and the group fled back across the LoC towards Pakistan. Injury/effect on the fleeing personnel is not known. Search of the area yielded Pakistan-made mines and other equipment, which clearly suggests the involvement of Pakistan and terrorists from across the Line of Control,” the spokesperson said.

    Hours later, security forces foiled an infiltration attempt by militants in Rajouri, also in Jammu and around 100km from Akhnoor. A bomb kept near the fence was defused, the sources said.

    In Budgam, the other army jawan died during a gun battle with militants today. “While the troops were cordoning off the spot, terrorists in hiding fired on them, causing injuries to four jawans,” a defence spokesperson in Srinagar said. One of the jawans later succumbed to injuries. The operation in the Chadoora area was continuing.

    Bilateral talks

    Pakistan today said India “should not shy away” from dealing with “contentious” issues such as Jammu and Kashmir, and not lay down pre-conditions for talks, PTI reports.

    Abdul Basit, Pakistan’s high commissioner, described the issue as “important”. “It is part of the composite dialogue. We should not shy away from contentious issues,” Basit said in Delhi.

    The envoy also said Islamabad looked forward to a visit by Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, renewing the invitation extended by the Nawaz Sharif government last week.

    BJP spokesperson Nirmala Seetharaman said by making such remarks, Islamabad itself was putting conditions, and raised questions on the slow trial in Pakistan of Mumbai attack suspects.



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