Topic: ceasefire violations

While Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan played to the gallery on establishing peace after the Pulwama terror attack, Pakistani Army has been targeting civilians and Army posts along the LoC.
The Indian Army has been maintaining strict vigil along the LoC and the International Border.
While our very own left-cabals are busy hailing 'Taliban Khan' for his so-called 'peace gesture', his army is busy targeting civilian areas with heavy artillery.
Pakistan has indulged in multiple unprovoked ceasefire violations ever since the air strike by the IAF on terrorist camps in Balakot.
Pakistan's love-hate relationship with peace. On one hand, appeal for peace, on the other hand, continue the ceasefire violations
The rampant ceasefire violations indicate that the 'peace gesture' of returning Wing Commander Abhinandan to India was extremely farcical. And that he was returned only due to international conventions and the pressure built on them by the Indian government.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan is advicating peace while his Army is indulging in unabated ceasefire violations
A massive encounter had also broken out between terrorists and security forces in Memander area of Shopian district
Pakistan, predisposed by its impulse, double-crosses India highest number of times in 2018.
The Centre recently sanctioned the construction of 14,460 bunkers costing Rs 415.73 crore for people living along the borders
Pakistan has violated the ceasefire along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir more than 720 times this year
The recent times have seen a spurt in ceasefire violations by Pakistan
Over 700 such incidents have been reported this year, leaving 38 people, including 18 security personnel, dead and numerous others injured.
India and Pakistan exchange sweets on International Border on days of significance in their countries
Pakistan had earlier during the day summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner.
Indian Army has time and again responded strongly to Pakistan's barbaric aggression

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