Skip to comments.Army crosses LoC, kills 3 Pak soldiers; J&K police neutralise Jaish terrorist in Pulwama
Posted on 12/26/2017 9:56:31 AM PST by x1stcav
NEW DELHI: Indian security forces hit back at Pakistan, hard, overnight Monday, killing three Pakistani soldiers across the LoC in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK), and separately, neutralising a wanted Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist in J&K's Pulwama district.
In retaliation for a ceasefire violation on Saturday+ , the Indian Army undertook an operation very reminiscent of last year's surgical strikes. They crossed over to PoK early Tuesday, to Rakhchikri in the Rawlakot sector, and killed three Pakistani troops while also wounding one, agencies reported.
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Pakistan is a cancer. A low IQ, medieval, violent, corrupt, cousin-marrying Islamic hell-hole - armed with nukes.
Just exactly how was this done, “neutralising a wanted Jaish-e-Mohammad!!!”
Per the article: “In the ensuing encounter, wanted terrorist Jaish Noor Mohammad Tantray was killed. He was the mastermind of a suicide attack at Srinagar airport earlier this year.”
Looks like a Happy Ending!!!
Trumps next state visit should be to india
And they are piling into our country in large numbers. Why don’t they migrate to Saudi or Iran or Kuwait? More money to be earned in those countries than in broke USA.
Refresh me please: Line of Crossing, right. Mark’s the ceasefire line of their last war?
Line of Control.
It was the original Cease-Fire Line.
A guy I know. A gun owning, Obama lover married an English/Paki muslima. I warned him. About Obama and the primitive muslima. He actually had the guts to admit his naivete about both within a couple of years.
and separately, neutralising a wanted Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist in J&K's Pulwama district. In retaliation for a ceasefire violation on Saturday...
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