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Fearing India’s retaliation, Pakistan cancels leaves of its troops, uses flares to light up night sky to see movement of Indian troops

 The intercepts of radio chatter in the inside Pakistani military also suggest that Pakistani officers have been threatened with terrible consequences by their superior officers if they fail to detect incoming Indian troops.

Amid mounting international pressure and fearful of retaliatory action from India against them after the terrorist attack in Pulwama, the Pakistani administration has asked the people living near the Line of Control to vacate their houses.

According to reports, the Pakistani administration has asked people to stay in underground bunkers, which could protect them from shelling or any form of attacks which could come from the other side of the border.

The Pakistani government had also issued an official advisory asking all those residing around the Line of Control (LoC) to take precautions like using safe routes while commuting. Reportedly, the residents along the LoC have been also asked to avoid being in groups at a particular place and to build bunkers.

The advisory issued by the PoK officials further dictates the residents to avoid using unnecessary lights during night time and refrain from unnecessary travel near the LoC routes. The villagers have also been asked not to take animals for grazing near the LoC.

Meanwhile, insecure Pakistani troops are using flares to light up the night sky, while resorting to firing indiscriminately towards the LoC randomly throughout the night to ensure that Indian troops aren’t involved in any suspicious activity.

A senior official in the security establishment said that radio chatter between Pakistani positions indicates that Pakistan has canceled leaves of its officers and troops. The intercepts also suggest that Pakistani officers have been threatened with terrible consequences by their superior officers if they fail to detect incoming Indian troops.

In the wake of the recent Pulwama attack, India has successfully managed to put pressure on Pakistan to relinquish its assistance to terrorists. The Indian government has decided to isolate Pakistan diplomatically and also decided to stop the flow of waters of three rivers assigned to it as per the Indus Water Treaty into Pakistan.

Earlier, the Indian government had withdrawn the Most Favoured Nation status given to Pakistan and had imposed customs duty of 200% on all imports from Pakistan.

The fear has gripped the Pakistani administration as the people of Pakistan has displayed paranoia after they failed to recognise their own Air Force fighter jets and went into a state of panic assuming that Indian Air-Force had launched air-strike over Sialkot in Pakistan.

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