Skirmishs at LOC, LAC & International Border

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  1. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Discussions, News & Images on skirmishes between Indian and China & Pakistan ..

    Keep this thread strictly on LOC, LAC skirmish related where regular and special forces of both sides are involve and not irregular warfare & counter insurgency ..





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    Post all counter-insurgency news and post here : http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/...perations-pictures-discussions.24605/page-252


    Link of first thread : http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/...kirmish-news-images-discussion.77768/page-164

    Link of Second thread : http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/threads/loc-lac-ib-warfare.79327/

    Link of Third thread : http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/threads/loc-lac-international-border-skirmishs.79509/

    Link of the fourth thread : http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/threads/loc-lac-ib-skirmishs.79649/
     
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  3. square

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    Doklam face-off part of India’s policy to “surround” Tibet: Chinese blog.


    Citing Sikkim as a precedent, a write up posted in the popular micro-blogging site WeChat, is alleging that the India’s decision to move troops into the Doklam plateau, is part of New Delhi’s bid to “surround” Tibet, with Nepal and Bhutan as its partners.
     
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    deploying a radar at 3000m would be required to catch any flying object. Over any plateau across LAC. Lhasa is at 3500m so most probably Chinese have deployed their Radars either 3000m or 3000m +.

    Rohini has good operational capability and can function max 3500m. Deploying it below 3000m makes no sense. They won't be able to catch any movement on time.
     
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    Anyone interested to listen our COAS speech can go through this. COAS speech starts around 24 min

     
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    @sayareakd

    You're posting in the old locked thread, this is the new one.
     
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    Pak sniped one BSF Jawan. Though he survived. We retaliated,three pak rangers are dead
     
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    Subhanallah. Our source or theirs?

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    Bornubus Dogra Rule 1846-1949 Senior Member

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    Woman, boy among 4 civilians injured in Pak firing in J-K

    Posted at: Aug 27, 2017, 10:14 PM; last updated: Aug 27, 2017, 10:14 PM (IST)
    Woman, boy among 4 civilians injured in Pak firing in J-K

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    Jammu, August 27

    Four civilians, including a woman and a boy, were injured in unprovoked indiscriminate firing by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir this evening, officials said.


    Pakistani troops violated ceasefire in the Shahpur sector around 6 pm by firing from light to heavy weapons for nearly 45 minutes, they said.


    “We have received information that about four persons were injured in Pakistani firing and they are being evacuated to a hospital,” District Development Commissioner, Poonch, Tariq Ahmad Zargar told PTI.


    According to a police official, Jameel Ahmad (45) and Parvaiza Akhtar (20) of Bandichichi and Javaid Hussain (24) and 14-year-old Mohammad Qasim of Kaswa village were injured in the firing.


    The injured were given first aid locally and then sent to a district hospital, the official said.


    He said the troops guarding the LoC retaliated to silence the Pakistani guns and the exchange of fire caused panic among the border residents.


    This is the first ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Poonch sector after senior commanders of Army from both sides held a flag meeting at the LoC on August 24 in an attempt to de-escalate tension.


    However, there has been firing from across the international border in the Jammu area in recent days. The latest violation comes barely a day after the BSF said that it had killed at least three Pakistani rangers after the other side indulged in unprovoked firing along the Indo-Pak border in the Pargwal area of Jammu.


    “The situation along the international border in Jammu was peaceful today and there was no report of any violation reported from anywhere,” a BSF officer said.


    A day earlier, a BSF constable K K Appa Rao was hit by a sniper round in the nearby RS Pora sector when the Pakistani side took a direct aim at him while he was drinking water.


    The two border guarding forces, on July 17, had held a commandant-level flag meeting in the Samba sector and “committed” themselves to maintaining peace.


    In the flag meeting, the two sides had agreed to re-energise instant communication between field commanders to resolve petty matters.


    Incidents of ceasefire violation by Pakistan have risen sharply this year.


    Till August 1, there were 285 such violations by the Pakistan Army, while in 2016, the number was significantly lower at 228 for the entire year, according to Army figures. — PTI

     
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  12. patriots

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    2paki civilians killed ....by indian action
     
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    Please cite a source (preferably a non-Pakistani/non-propaganda source).
     
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    i dont have indian source,its published in dawn news
     
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    anyhow , firing continue , so what they actually disscuss at these flag meetings....

    are they just meet to read each others faces to evaluate the damage they done in last firing ?
     
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    See? I always knew these Hans lack brain cells. How can India 'surround' Tibet from just one direction - ie, from the South? Lol! Fukin morons!
     
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    India and Pakistan have most bizarre relationship.
     
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  20. patriots

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    but in which condition.....or without any condition
     
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    India-China reach consensus on Doklam
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    In a big development in Doklam standoff, India and China reach consensus on disengagement of border personnel at Doklam faceoff site. A statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs, states that “India and China have maintained diplomatic communication in respect of the incident at Doklam. During these communications, we were able to express our views and convey our concerns and interests.” On the basis of communication between the two nations, it was decided that “expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is on-going.”

    This decision comes ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China for BRICS Summit.

    The Doklam stand-off, which has caused a souring of ties between India and China, has to do with China's PLA's attempts to build a road that encroaches upon Bhutan's sovereignty, which India has been the primary guardian of since 1949.


    (this is a developing story)
     
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