Indian Army killed our 7 jawans in cross border firing, admits Pak
New Delhi: Following Indian Army’s surgical strike, Pakistan, for the very first time, has accepted its causalities, claiming that seven of its jawans died in cross border firing in Bhimber sector.
Pakistan had denied BSF’s claims of gunning down seven Pak rangers in October.
It could be mentioned here that India lost 10 jawans in Pakistan’s repeated ceasefire violations. The villages bordering Pakistan have also witnessed civilian’s causalities.
Earlier, Indian Army had launched surgical strike on terror launch pads in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in which more than 40 terrorists were killed.
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