Four Army soldiers have lost their lives in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Rajouri sector 

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  • Four Indian soldiers, including Captain  Kapil Kundu , have been killed in the latest cross-border clashes in Indian-administered Kashmir.
  • This attack was the second second in 3 days that Pakistani Army targeted Poonch
  • Over 130 instances of ceasefire violations reported last month

Four Army soldiers have lost their lives & one injured in ceasefire violation by Pakistani Troops  in Rajouri distrct sector of Jammu region on Sunday evening. It is the second time in last 40 days the captain of Indian army is Martyred  and Other who killed were identified as Rifleman Ramavatar, 28, Rifleman Subham Singh, 22 and Havilder Roshan Lal, 42.

Indian forces say that Over 130 instances of ceasefire violations by Pakistan last month,it the highest since 2014.

A supreme scarification by the 22 years old Indian Army Captain for nations

The young captain who is 6 day short to its 23 years birthday has done the supreme sacrifice , that age when one is still trying to get a foothold in life. We Salute you for a sacrifice.Our heart felt sympathies for the “shaheed jawans” who sacrifice their lives for our country and to earn livelihood for their families.

What is next?

This has been going on for long, India needs to come up with offensive plan instead of retaliating only when Pakistan violates cease fire. Finally time has come for the Indian army to take action in Pakistan. Terrorists must be defeated. 

What our Government says about this?

“India wanted peaceful relations with Pakistan, but the country’s forces have been told that if one bullet comes from across the border, the security personnel should fire countless bullets to retaliate. “I have given standing orders to our forces to shoot limitless bullets to retaliate a single fire on our territory by the Pakistani forces” Home minister of India Rajnath Singh Said.

What should be done?

  • In the dangerous Khasmir We need fully bulletproof jacket for our Jawans. It cost less than the life.
  • Innocent army officers being killed from both countries. All because of the bad political leaderships in Pakistan who don”t want to solve the problem peacefully.

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