Pakistan has been continuing heavy ceasefire violations along the LoC since India’s decision to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir was announced. There have been many attempts at cross border infiltration by Pakistan supported terrorists while their army tries to provide cover by ceasefire violations.
As per latest reports, Pakistan has again violated the ceasefire at 2 locations in the Poonch sector. Calibre escalation from the Pakistani side was also reported. Sources in the Indian Army have stated that befitting responses have been given to the Pakistani forces.
In the Delina Chowk area, a joint check post manned by the Indian Army and the JK police was attacked by 2 terrorists in a truck. While 1 terrorist was arrested, another terrorist managed to enter nearby residential colony and hide. One AK 47 rifle and 1 pistol have been recovered from the arrested terrorist. The security forces are still searching for the hiding terrorist.
In the meanwhile, Pakistan sponsored terrorists had abducted two individuals from the Tral area near Manshar Bhaik yesterday. Two Bhakerwals, named Abdul Qadeer Kohli and Manzoor Ahmed respectively, were reportedly abducted from their ‘Dhok’, a temporary shelter in the Tral region.
While Kohli was from Rajouri, Ahmed hailed from Khonmoh in Srinagar. The bullet-ridden body of Kohli was found yesterday evening by the security forces and brought down. The body of Abdul Qadeer was found later on in Tral forest. Both had their hand tied.
Pakistan supported terrorists have killed two innocent Kashmiri Muslims from the Gujjar community – Abdul Qadeer Kohli and Manzoor Ahmed Kohli. Mutilated and bullet ridden dead bodies with hands tied found in Tral forest. Pakistan continues bloodshed through Jihad in Kashmir. pic.twitter.com/XO683euyUw
— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) August 27, 2019
On Sunday evening, a truck driver named Noor Mohammad was killed by stone pelters in the Bhejbehara area. According to the JK police, two other individuals have also been injured in similar stone pelting incidents in Pompore and Hawal.
As the restrictions continue to be in place in the Kashmir valley, the government has stated that all measures are being taken to ensure security and availability of general commodities to residents. Recently the Srinagar administration had also denied certain media reports that had claimed that there is a shortage of essential medicines in the valley.