As Ceasefire Violations Along LoC Escalate, This Change In Indian Army’s Tactic Should Worry Pakistan


In what has been a first for the Indian Army in 15 years in the Uri sector since India and Pakistan arrived at a ceasefire agreement in 2003, the recent spike in ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) has resulted in the Indian Army opting for the use of artillery. It has been learnt that the Army has used 105 mm artillery field guns for a brief period, according to The Indian Express. Ever since the ceasefire in November 2003, Army has usually resorted to the use of artillery as a final resort after it has utilised personal weapons and mortars.

The Army’s change in tact in terms of its response comes amidst reports of the Pakistani Army using heavy calibre weapons, namely 120 mm mortar, on the LoC against the Indian Army five times this year. Read More…

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