The total number of Pakistan casualties in 2018 reached 22. The Army has also been carrying out sniper operations against Pakistani posts. Pakistani chopper was sighted just 300 metres away from an Indian Army post in Poonch
Two Pakistan soldiers were killed in retaliatory firing by Indian forces following ceasefire violations by the former in Tangdhar area of Kupwara district.
The total number of Pakistan casualties in 2018 reached 22. Army sources said action against Pakistan will continue until the neighbouring nation mends its ways.
The Army has also been carrying out sniper operations against Pakistani posts opposite Keran, Jhangar and several other locations along the LoC.
Today, a Pakistani chopper was sighted just 300 metres away from an Indian Army post in Poonch. Indian troops were ready for any action while tracking its movements.
Sources in the army said the Indian troops were ready for any action while they were tracking the movement of the chopper.
Another significant development that the Army has observed is that terrorists and the Pakistan Army have moved their activities towards the border along with the Jammu region after they faile to get much success in the Valley.
Earlier this month, three heavily-armed Jaish-e-Muhammad militants stormed and entered the residential quarters of junior commissioned officers at Jammu's Sunjuwan Army camp, spraying bullets and hurling bombs.
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