7-8 Pak soldiers killed in LoC firing
The New Indian Express Chennai|November 14, 2020
Army releases videos showing Pakistani army bunkers and other infra going up in flames; attempt to push in terrorists under cover of fire also foiled by alert Indian troops
MAYANK SINGH
THE escalation in exchange of fire along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir caused significant damage including loss of life in Pakistan, too.

As per Army sources, around seven-eight Pakistan soldiers, including two SSG (Special Service Group) commandos, were killed and 10-12 were injured in the retaliatory firing by the Indian troops.

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