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The photo is of Friday. Responding to the firing from Pakistan, the Indian Army had destroyed many Pakistani bunkers.

The Government of India has taken a tough stand on the LOC on the cease fire violation case from Pakistan. Seeing the seriousness of the matter, the Ministry of External Affairs has summoned the officer of Pakistani High Commission on Saturday and lodged a protest. India strongly condemned the Pakistani actions. India said that firing on innocent civilians is very sad.

The Foreign Ministry has issued a statement. It said that the Pakistani Army deliberately violated the cease fire at the LOC on the Indian festival. Targeted civilians. The Foreign Ministry had summoned the ‘Charge the Affairs’ of the Pakistani High Commission. The Foreign Ministry also took up the matter of infiltration of terrorists in front of the Pakistani High Commission. Said that Pakistani army is infiltrating by helping terrorists.

5 soldiers of BSF and Army were killed in the firing, 6 civilians died
On Friday, the Pakistani army broke the ceasefire on the Control (LOC). In BSF firing, 5 soldiers of BSF and Army were killed, 6 civilians have also died. In retaliation, the army had killed 11 soldiers including 3 commandos of the Pakistani Army. Many Pakistani bunkers were also destroyed by the Indian Army. Apart from this, fuel dump and launch pad were also destroyed. Around 16 Pakistani soldiers were also wounded in retaliation.

128 ceasefire violations in November
This is the second time in this week that Pakistan has broken a ceasefire. According to sources in the Indian Army, this year 4052 seize fire has been violated by Pakistan. Of these, 128 have been fired in November and 394 in October. In the last year, there have been 3233 seize fire violations.

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