India strikes at Pakistan again! After Air Strike, now the Indian Howitzer Guns attack Kotli district of PoK and eliminates 20 people

Even though Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he wants to de-escalate the tensions prevailing between the two nations by releasing Wing Commander Abhinandan, the terror nation didn’t stop attacking the Indian civilians across the border.

To teach Pakistan a lesson, Indian has once again given a befitting lesson on Friday-Saturday by attacking Kotli district town of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Yes, the Indian Armed Force once again launched a deadly attack on Pakistani rogues using Indian howitzer guns.

The attack started on the night of March 1st and unofficial figures say that 20 Pakistanis have been killed. “The artillery smashed or seriously damaged many buildings which Pakistani troops were using as firing and observation positions” reported My Nation.

Even the Pakistani media houses have reported that the attack by Indian Army on March 1st was indeed intense. Umer Azam who is the deputy commissioner of Kotli said “The shelling was so intense that two to three mortar shells also fell in the main market of tehsil headquarters Nakyal”.

While reporting about the death, Geo News said “Two Pakistan Army soldiers were martyred at Nakiyal sector in exchange of fire while targeting Indian posts undertaking firing on civilian population, the military’s media wing, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), said. The martyred soldiers have been identified as Havaldar Abdur Rub and Naik Khuram”.

Note that Kotli is the largest district in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and is just hours away from Pakistan Army headquarters. The peace-nicks in India had declared that Pakistan wants peace but Modi government isn’t letting it happen.

But even after releasing Wing Commander Abhinandan, the Pakistani Army didn’t stop attacking the Indian Army and the civilians across the border by shelling. That’s why the Indian Armed Force has once again delivered a strong message to Pakistan by eliminating 20 people from the terror nation.

Currently the situation is very tense in Kashmir and around 300 families have been asked to vacate their houses and shift to safer place. Even the Indian Army has increased the bunkers to ensure safety to the people living near the border region.

Hansika Raj