LoC Turns Hot As Pak Tries To Push Up Winter Infiltrations
The Morning Standard|December 03, 2020
The Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir has turned red hot as Indian and Pakistani troops exchange gunfire and mortar shelling almost on daily which has claimed the lives of at least nine army and BSF personnel since November 13.

A security official said the Pakistani troops are resorting to border ceasefire violations to push militants into J&K and foment trouble. “By firing on army and BSF positions along the LoC and international border, the Pakistani troops want to facilitate infiltration of militants before the snow closes the infiltration routes in the Valley.”

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