Due to Indian Army’s aggressive response in last 48 hours, Pakistan got so scared that it deployed more troops along LoC

The nation that never won a singe war against India has never stopped attacking the innocent Indian civilians at the borders. Every single day we hear that Pakistani rogues tried to create unrest in India with the help of its ISI and terrorist nexus.

But due to Indian Army’s intelligence and valor, all the sadistic intentions of Pakistan went unsuccessful. Now reports have emerged that the Pakistani Army has decided to deploy more troops along the Line of Control (LoC) due to the fear of Indian Army.

An intelligence report said “the Pakistani establishment has also sounded an alert asking its troops posted along the LoC and in PoK to remain extremely vigilant and increase patrolling”.

The incident of deploying more men took place at Pakistan’s 3 PoK Brigade, which is situated in the Kotli area near Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir. These posts are normally guarded by only 2-3 jawans but after Indian Army’s aggressive response, the Pakistan has strengthened the posts with 10 jawans each.

In the intelligence report, an officer stated that“the befitting response being given by the armed forces towards Pakistani attacks from across the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir has forced Pakistan to reinforce its troop deployment at the international borders to deter a possible offensive by the Indian Army”.

Recently the Indian Armed forces had to face regular cease fire violations from the Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT). To teach Pakistan a lesson, the Indian Army toughened its stance as a result 5 Pakistani soldiers were killed in the last 48 hours and this was confirmed by Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, General Officer Commanding-in-chief, Northern Command.

The Defence spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Devender Anand said that “Lt General Ranbir Singh, Army Commander, Northern Command, accompanied by the White Knight Corps Commander, Lt General Paramjit Singh visited forward posts of Poonch Sector to review the operational preparedness and the prevailing security situation. During the visit to the sector, the Army Commander was briefed by the commanders on the ground about the current operational situation, prevailing security dynamics and the preparedness of the formations in dealing with the same.

He added “The Army Commander was also briefed on the actions being taken to ensure a robust counter-infiltration and counter-terrorist grid to enable continued peace and stability in the region. The Army Commander interacted with the soldiers and complimented them for their unwavering dedication to duty”.

Fearing few more attacks from the Indian Army, the Pakistani Army is in high alert at the border regions.

Hansika Raj