Indian Army Missile Attacks Pakistan Army

India’s retort, Indian army missile attacked Pakistani military base


The Indian Army has attacked the base of the Pakistan Army after frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan. According to information from Indian Army sources, anti-tank guided missiles and cannon shells were used by the Indian Army for the attack.


The Indian Army has attacked the hideout of the Pakistani Army right in front of the Kupwara sector. The attack has been carried out in response to ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir by the Pakistan Army.

Pakistan continuously violates ceasefire

The Pakistani Army had fired with small arms in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir along the Line of Control in violation of the unprovoked ceasefire on the 8th in February. During this time mortar was also fired by the Pakistani Army, in which one soldier was martyred and three others were injured.

On February 4 itself, the Pakistani Army violated ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district. The shelling was done without provocation. The Indian Army also gave a befitting reply.

There is an attempt to infiltrate terrorists

Official sources said that the Pakistan Army was violating the ceasefire so that militants could infiltrate into the Kashmir Valley. In Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, a large number of terrorists are sitting in the infiltration of the Indian border.

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India did airstrike in Balakot

Recently the top officials of the Indian Army visited the border. The officials had said that the launching pads of terrorists have once again flourished in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Last year, Pakistan attacked and attacked the border of Pakistan, targeting the launching pad of terrorists in Balakot.

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