Srinagar, June 16: Pakistan still continues its dirty game and coward act against India mainly by violating ceasefire policies. Pakistan Army on Friday early morning initiated unprovoked firing on Indian Army posts in Naoshera sector in which one army personnel Naik Bakhtawar Singh was grievously injured and succumbed to his injuries while being evacuated to the Military Hospital.
However, India Army too retaliated strongly and effectively to the Pakistan’s unprovoked firing but unfortunately lost its one of the brave soldier Naik Bakhtawar Singh who loved his job to the core. Naik Bakhtawar Singh who hailed from Punjab is survived by his wife Jasbir Kaur and three children, son aged 11 years, daughter aged 9 years and another son aged 10 months.
The wreath laying ceremony will hold tomorrow at Rajouri. The mortal remains of the martyred soldier will then be transported to his native village where he will be laid to rest with full military honors.
Notably, this was the 12th ceasefire violation in last five days and 15th along the Line of Control since January 1. Pakistan by violating ceasefire policies is playing a dirty game since many years due to which India has lost hundreds of its soldiers. However, Indian soldiers too are also retaliating heavily to the unprovoked firing and killed many Pakistani troopers but Islamabad continues its coward act.
Meanwhile, a fierce gun battle is underway between Indian security forces and three Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants including top commander Junaid Mattoo. Earlier, on Thursday terrorists attacked a police patrol party in Srinagar's Hyderpora area and injured two policemen.