At least three militants were reportedly killed by an Indian army in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri sector on Tuesday.
It was reported that Indian army commandos allegedly crossed the Line of Control and killed three Pakistani soldiers on Tuesday.
It was learned that the army conducted the operation along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rawlakot sector.
The release said, “The fire was immediately responded by own troops and the locations were effectively engaged from where the fire was being received. Resultantly the fire stopped. A contact was established on the hotline with the Indian side and an immediate flag meeting between the local commanders has been demanded”.
India’s army doesn’t refer the termed “surgical strike” to describe the 45-minute operation.
The report says, “The shelling occurred at Rukh Chakri sector in Rawlakot and received a strong response from Pakistani forces”.
It was believed that the situation was tense in various parts of Kashmir, where the residents were fleeing to safer places in the region.
Following the incident, Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Nirmal Singh said that the operation was a fitting reply to Pakistan.