Shame on Pak: 4 BSF Jawans Martyred In Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan

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There have been over 1,000 violations from the Pakistani side in 2018 alone. Why does Pakistan continuously violate ceasefire? 4 BSF Jawans Martyred In Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan.
There have been over 1,000 violations from the Pakistani side in 2018 alone. Why does Pakistan continuously violate ceasefire? 4 BSF Jawans Martyred In Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan.

Four BSF personnel have lost their lives and three others have been injured in a ceasefire violation by Pakistan Rangers along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district. Martyred soliders include Assistant Commander Jatinder Singh, ASI Ram Niwas, ASI Rajneesh Kumar and Constable Hansraj.  The injured soldiers are being treated at nearest military hospital.

“Pakistan Rangers initiated cross border firing along the International Border in Ramgarh last night. We have lost four of our personnel, including an assistant commandant rank officer, while other 3 of our personnel suffered injuries,” Inspector General, BSF, Ram Awtar told news agency PTI. The police chief of Jammu and Kashmir, SP Vaid, in a tweet expressed his condolences.

Even as the Indian forces are maintaining a ceasefire against terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir and border truce with Pakistan, there have been over 1,000 violations from the Pakistani side in 2018 alone, the government said.

“We have maintained that the ceasefire violation by Pakistan is used as a cover to infiltrate terrorists into our territory and we have seen the results of such infiltrations in the past. We hope that Pakistan will realise what it is doing and adheres to the 2003 ceasefire agreement between the two countries in this matter,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said on June 7.

This is the second major ceasefire violation along the IB this month
Indian Jawans
Indian Jawans on duty

This came despite Director General Military Operations (DGMO) of the two countries agreeing, on May 29, to implement the ceasefire pact of 2003 in “letter and spirit” and a sector commander-level (BSF DIG-Rangers Brigadier) meeting here on June 4 to ensure peace by “holding fire” along the IB.

On June 2, two BSF personnel, including an officer, died after Pakistani troops targeted Indian posts along the International Border in Jammu. The heavy firing and mortar shelling from across the border in Pragwal area of Akhnoor and nearby Kanachak and Khour sectors also injured 10 persons, including a policeman and a woman. Border residents were forced to abandon their homes and move to safer places.

The latest casualties take the number of those killed in ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the IB and the Line of Control (LoC) this year to 50, including 24 security personnel.

On May 29, the DGMOs of India and Pakistan agreed to “fully implement” the ceasefire pact of 2003 in “letter and spirit” forthwith to stop border skirmishes in J&K.

Indians reacted angrily on Pakistan and expressed their outrage:-
Four BSF Jawans Martyred
Four BSF Jawans Martyred

Last month, thousands of people residing along the IB in Jammu, Kathua and Samba districts had to flee their homes following intense shelling from Pakistan between May 15 and May 23 which left 12 people dead, including two BSF jawans and an infant, and scores of others injured.

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