ISLAMABAD: India has deployed two more brigades, about 10,000 more army personnel on the Line of Control (LoC) in the Occupied Kashmir.
Accordimng to KMS, the two brigades were in addition to one Brigade recently deployed in South Kashmir.
One full brigade has been lifted from Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh and another from Udhampur in occupied Kashmir and shifted to the Kashmir Valley, mainly along the LoC.
With deployment of two more brigades, total number of three additional brigades, is about 15,000 troops deployed in the Valley. -APP
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India intensified artillery deployment near LoC
SRINAGAR: In the latest evidence of the Modi government’s eagerness to mount war against Pakistan, the Indian military has started transporting heavy artillery to forward positions in several areas close to the Line of Control in Occupied Kashmir, Aaj News reported.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in his address to the UN General Assembly urged the world body for implementing its resolutions on Kashmir which was unacceptable for Indian extremist. And as a result, Mod govt became more eager to mount war against Pakistan.
Indian military officials increased movement of troops along the LoC, as well the movement of heavy artillery including Bofors guns to several positions has also been intensified, reports claimed.
According to the Indian Media reports, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spent most of his time on Thursday in the military operation room from where he was monitoring and reviewing the movement of troops along the Line of Control in Occupied Kashmir.
In his address to the UN General Assembly, PM Nawaz said that Pakistan fully supports the demand of the Kashmiri people for self-determination, as promised to them by several Security Council resolutions. Their struggle is a legitimate one for liberation from alien occupation.
PM also offered India that Pakistan is ready to talk on all forums so that they can avoid a competition of weapons. He said that a dialogue would be beneficial for both countries. But India rejected Pakistan’s offer to enter into a serious dialogue.