August 1, 2021 Geopolitics of Today

Border skrimish between India & Pakistan – India records one casualty

An Indian soldier was killed Wednesday in clashes with Pakistan along the LoC checkpoint in the Rajouri area of ​​Jammu…


An Indian soldier was killed Wednesday in clashes with Pakistan along the LoC checkpoint in the Rajouri area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir, an Indian army spokesman said.

“The Pakistani military has resorted to unforeseen violations of the ceasefire in the Sundarbani area of ​​Rajuri. “Our troops responded immediately and returned fire,” the spokesman said.

Jodhpur resident Seppi Lakman was the fourth soldier killed this year in a ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control, or LoC.

He stated that Luckman was seriously injured during the battle and later succumbed to his injuries.

“Lakman was a brave and high-morale soldier. The nation will always owe it to him for his supreme sacrifice and dedication to duty, “the Indian military spokesman concluded in a statement.

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