Breaking : Pakistan shocked by India heavy bombing in response to ceasefire violations

India bombed Pakistan heavily in response to ceasefire – More than dozen killed and injured

Pakistan always violate ceasefire like it is violating any small classroom rules. Today Pakistan Army started firing small arms, automatic and mortars on Indian posts on line of control in two villages of Naushera Sector in Rajauri district at around 8 AM.

Suddenly in recent past there is internet war going on as many videos are floating on internet to provoke India so that India took strict action and hence we find some reason to rant against India at International platform like UN. 

They are still not digesting the fact that – India is now ruled by Narendra Modi and not Manmohan Singh. 

In today’s encounter battle which is still going on, Officially eight Pakistani army soldier were killed and several injured. But sources are saying that there is death of more than two dozens Pakistani army and terrorists in Indian retaliation to unprovoked ceasefire violation. 

Lt Colonel Manish Mehta confirmed the news of indiscriminate firing and violation of ceasefire. Pakistani ambulance and helicopters were seen from across the border to shift the injured and dead. 

Intelligence Agencies have already given high alert to Indian Government and Army that more than 100 terrorists are waiting on launch pads near Line of Control. 

Since Narendra Modi became Prime Minister and Ajit Doval became National Security Advisor, Pakistan is completely boycotted. There is no economic or social involvement is between India and Pakistan, Indian PM completely exposed Pakistan all across nation and dried up the funds coming for Regional Local Parties. As Narendra Modi is increasing the pace of development in J&K, Pakistan is in problem, hence perception war has been started since a month. To divert attention once again Pakistan broke ceasefire but Indian Army is alert, ready and energetic. They responded heavily without sacrificing a single life. 

Abisheak Kumar