Top Commanders Of India, Pak Talk On Phone After 2 Attacks In J&K In 48 Hours


India reserves the right to retaliate appropriately to any incident causing the death of its troops, the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) told his Pakistani counterpart today in an unscheduled phone call following two major attacks in Jammu and Kashmir in 48 hours.

According to Indian officers, Pakistan’s DGMO initiated the call, saying he was concerned that civilians were being targeted by Indian soldiers. India then stressed that it was Pakistan that had provoked Indian soldiers by firing from across the border.

“We highlighted that all ceasefire violations were initiated by Pakistani Rangers in the Jammu sector. The BSF (Border Security Force) only responded. There was no targeted fire by Indian forces on civilians,” said an officer.  Read More…

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