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4 more terrorists killed in Rampur, J&K

Defence News: Indian army today foiled another infiltration bid along the LoC. In Rampur sector search operations are still underway even as four terrorists have been gunned down. Trying to sneak in through the LoC in early hours, firefight started between the militants and Army. Summer months have brought with them infiltration attempts by Pakistan Army which wants to send it’s cowardly force of brainwashed terrorists to destabilize Kashmir.

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“With the mercury rising and snow-melting in the valley, the chances of infiltration increase from the Pakistani side. The Army is all geared up to counter such threats,”¬† Major General Ashok Narula had said earlier this week. The army has since launched fire assaults on PoK and damaged several posts as reported earlier. “It was part of the plan to proactively dominate the LoC and counter-terrorism operations to curb infiltration,” Major Narula added.

Army on friday also killed two Pakistani BATs and foiled an attack in Uri by the BAT group. Looks like the BAT will now find itself in trouble. Police sources told TOI that bodies of the 2 BATs killed are still lying along the “no man’s” land along the LoC. The assault by Indian Army is to deliver a message to Pakistan against it’s “adventures” of the proxy kind. Indian Army will continue to escalate the cost of war for Pakistan along with the govt. planning new measures, military and diplomatic to reign in Pakistan’s dirty habits.

But as we remember the Indian saying that a dogs tail cannot be straightened even in 12 years, it’s hard to believe that Pakistan will learn to behave. It looks like a full and final dose of war is what Pakistan really needs to end it’s story and bring peace to the planet.

Written by Baldeva Singh

Baldeva Singh is a tough talking nationalist who has a flair for writing. Defence matters, technical details on weapons and war scenarios are his key expert areas. Baldev is known to walk the talk in his personal life. He is from Patiala (Punjab). His friends call him a "blunt weapon" but he is often found reading old books when free!

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