New Delhi: Taking advantage of Pakistan’s confusion in the wake of failure of the Trump-Taliban deal on Afghanistan, the Indian Army, on Monday, bombed out some terror posts cum launch-pads in Pandu area opposite Lipa Valley in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK).
The Pakistani Army was relentlessly violating ceasefire from these and other posts and targeting Indian villages to facilitate terrorists’ infiltration from these posts as launch-pads by giving them cover-fire.
Since August 5, when India scrapped the “special status” of Jammu and Kashmir, tension with Pakistan has intensified, amid Islamabad repeatedly threatening India with a nuclear war.
Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said last week that Pakistan was reviving efforts to activate terror training camps once again and its army was trying to push infiltrators across the Line of Control.
Despite trying to raise the J&K issue globally, Pakistan has been unable to get much support, even from the Muslim countries.