Skip to comments.Pakistani military says India conducts cross-border raid in Kashmir, kills soldier
Posted on 01/05/2013 11:36:30 PM PST by MBT ARJUNEdited on 01/06/2013 4:01:59 AM PST by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
The Pakistani military is accusing forces from neighboring India of crossing the boundary between the two sides' forces in Kashmir and attacking a Pakistani border post, killing a soldier.
The military's public relations office said in a statement Sunday that another Pakistani soldier was critically wounded in the incident early Sunday.
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Kewl, you can actually see the “Line” in the
Interesting helmets they got.
After the 1971 war India should have taken over POK
or better yet, looking at that politician in Hyderabad who talked about 200 million Moslems attacking Hindus in India, it makes you think why didn't India COMPLETELY agree to Jinnah's two-nation policy and send ALL Indian Moslems to Pakistan.
It is funny how so many in the world view Zionism as racism, yet have no problem with Pakistan.
Made in India to deal with 7.62mm AK series bullet.. Cool and effective. Also Called Patka.
So, basically, India ‘crossed over’ into Indian territory, where they found some armed Pakistanis?
Just wondering...whatever happened to Mushariff?
Thank you for the fix ;)
We need to send American troops there to sort this out. Oh, Soros isn’t interested in this area, yet. We only intervene where he wants us to intervene.
The following news item was not distributed by the western media much:
Pakistan Rangers shell Indian positions in Kashmir
Sunday, January 6, 2013 at 1226 hours
Shrinagar - Pakistan troops Sunday violated the bilateral ceasefire in Uri sector of the Line of Control (LOC) in the Kashmir Valley, defence sources here said.
“Pakistan Rangers resorted to unprovoked mortar shelling at our positions in Hajipeer area of Uri sector on the LOC. Our troops responded with light weapons, following which the Pakistan shelling stopped,” a defence spokesman told IANS in Srinagar.
“Some residential houses close to the LOC sustained damage in the shelling although no loss of life has been reported so far,” said the spokesman.
According to the spokesman, the Pakistani shelling was intended to facilitate infiltration of militants into the Kashmir Valley from across the LOC, but timely response by the Indian troops thwarted the attempt.
That would have been smart — although India’s support for the separation of E. Pakistan (now Bangladesh) was one of the major successes. Right now India’s under a greater threat than ever before, and can’t just wipe the floor with the Pakis again (as satisfying as that would be for everyone else), because the threat is internal, and growing, not dissimilar to that faced in the Oslo era (and to some extent, since the 1973 war and treaty with Egypt) by Israel. Paki support for, and financing and training of, muzzie terrorists operating in India more than justifies this operation by India. Thanks Cronos!