Indian Army: Pakistan’s Statement on Killing 11 Indian Army men is False pakistan-army-chief-general-raheel-sharif

Pakistan Army released an open statement about killing of 11 Indian Soldiers on 14 November firings. They claimed that their troops killed 11 Indian soldiers in shootings on Monday at Line of Control (LoC). However, Indian Army rejected the statement which has given by Pakistan Army of Killing 11 Indian soldiers at LoC.

Northern Command has tweeted last night regarding this. They said there were no causalities due to firing by Pakistan on this month 14, 15 and 16 dates. The statement of killing 11 Indian Soldiers was false.

Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, in a casual chat with reporters in Islamabad on Wednesday, claimed that “we killed at least 11 Indian soldiers on November 14 at Line of Control.”

Pakistan Ceasefire Violation: Pakistan Army Opens Fire along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir

The Army chief Raheel also said that Pakistan Army had killed 40-44 Indian throngs in the current clashes, bu t the Indian Army was declining to accept and own its causalities. India should show courage and possess the deaths of its security personnel.

He also praised Pakistani Army and told that their Army was a professional and accepting its causalities. The noted Army Chief Raheel, who is going to retire later this month, has delivered a message to Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi that his aggressive actions won’t get any results.

Indian’s doing surgical strikes in Pakistan since 29 September. And from that day Pakistan Ceasefire Violations have increased significantly. The cross-border firings took place after Pakistani terrorists attacked army base in URI in Kashmir, killing 19 Indian soldiers. Since the surgical strikes, India has lost thirteen paramilitary forces in cross-border firing.

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