At Least 35 Jaish and Hizbul Terrorists & 10 Pakistani Soldiers killed in Indian Army’s Massive Artillery Attack: Report

October 20, 2019

After the martyrdom of two Indian soldiers in the firing carried out by Pakistan in Tangdhar in Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Army now attacked Terror Camps in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. The Indian Army fired from artillery guns targeting four terrorist camps. In the retaliatory action taken by Indian security forces, the death of 10 Pakistani soldiers along with 35 terrorists of terror organization Jaish and Hizbul is reported.

Two Indian soldiers have been martyred in the firing on the border on Sunday, while two ordinary civilians have also been injured. However, Pakistan has also accepted the death of one of its soldiers in the firing of the Indian Army. However, no claims have been officially confirmed yet. 

According to Russian Media Sputnik report, At least 10 soldiers killed as India launches strikes on terrorist camp in Pakistan

According to News 18 India report, At Least 35 Jaish and Hizbul Terrorists & 9 Pakistani Soldiers killed in Indian Army’s Massive Artillery Attack.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has spoken to Army Chief General Bipin Rawat amidst increased tension between Pakistan and India. The Defense Minister is monitoring the entire incident and has asked the Army Chief to give every update related to this incident.

Terrorist launch pads in PoK’s Jura, Athmuqam and Kundalsahi were targeted by Indian Army artillery guns last night after credible inputs came of significant number of terrorists operating there.

Source : IndianDefencenews

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