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Pakistan Requests DGMO-Level Talks After Indian Offensive

The Indian Army said on Tuesday that “the retribution will be heavy”.

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  • Pakistani officials claimed on Wednesday that nine people were killed and 11 were injured after India resorted to heavy shelling on Lawat town.
  • More incidents of ceasefire violation along the border by Pakistani troops reported on Wednesday
  • Three Indian soldiers were killed in action along the Line of Control (LoC) in Machhil sector, Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday
  • One soldier’s body was found mutilated
  • The Indian Army said that “retribution will be heavy”
  • This is the second such incident of mutilation in a month
  • Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has been briefed about the situation
8:19 PM , 23 Nov

Nawaz Sharif Terms Firing by India 'Naked Aggression'

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday described as "naked aggression" the "unprovoked firing" by India across the Line of Control (LoC) that resulted in the death of four civilians and three soldiers and said India has failed to comprehend the gravity of the situation.

Despite our exercise of maximum restraint in the wake of continuing naked Indian aggression along LoC resulting in the death of innocent civilians including children and women, India has failed to comprehend the gravity of the situation.
Nawaz Sharif

"In fact, India is trying to divert the attention of the international community from the grave human rights violations and atrocities being committed by the Indian security forces in Kashmir," he said.

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8:07 PM , 23 Nov

Pakistan Requests DGMO-Level Talks

After India’s counter-offensive following the mutilation of a soldier’s body, Pakistan’s Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) called up his Indian counterpart.

India’s Ministry of Defence has put out a statement saying that Pakistan has requested DGMO-level talks.

India’s DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh talked to his Pakistani counterpart and expressed grief at the civilian causalities in Pakistan due to heavy shelling by India.

He added that retaliatory firing by Indian troops has only been carried out targeting places from where Pakistan has initiated ceasefire violation.

He further raised the issue of infiltration attempts by terrorists from Pakistan’s side and the mutilation of the Indian soldier’s body.

The statement released also said that “Pakistani DGMO was exhorted to exercise strict control on their troops to refrain from any nefarious activities.” However, any ceasefire violations and infiltration attempts will be appropriately responded to.

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7:43 PM , 23 Nov

3 Pakistani Soldiers Killed in Exchange of Fire: Pak

Dawn quoted Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) as saying that three Pakistan Army soldiers were killed in an exchange of fire with Indian troops near the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday.

The statement also said that seven Indian soldiers were confirmed dead in retaliatory fire. The ISPR added that the exchange of fire between Pakistani and Indian troops is is still on.

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6:12 PM , 23 Nov

Pakistan’s Army Captain Reportedly Killed

Pakistan’s Army Captain has reportedly been killed in the massive counter-offensive launched by India at the Line of Control (LoC) a day after an Indian soldier’s body was mutilated. The Indian Army sought retribution for the “cowardly act”.

Three other Pakistani Army men were killed in the firing, according to reports by India Today.

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Published: 22 Nov 2016, 4:32 PM IST
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