Ceasefire violation by Pakistan army just after General elections in Pakistan

Neighbouring country Pakistan has once again violated the ceasefire on the border. Pakistan fired at Pakistan's Gurez Sector in Bandipora, North Kashmir at late night. Mortars are still being lit from Pakistan. It is being told that on Monday night Pakistan firing started which is still continuing right now. This is the first time since the 2003 agreement when Pakistan has set up mortars in this area and the Indian army has responded to them in his own language in a more powerful way.

According to sources in the army, Pakistan is being used to infiltrate the firing terrorists. Pakistan is trying to divide the attention of the Indian army on one side so that the terrorists can infiltrate into India. 

Significantly, this year too Pakistan has been violating many seizures. Right now, in May, Pakistan had consistently broken the seizure for several days. The Indian Army responded by retaliation, after which Pakistan had himself appealed to stop it.

Recently, according to the Defense Bill passed by the US Parliament, now Pakistan does not need to take action against terrorist networks to get help from the US. In the bill passed yesterday, even though the aid received from Pakistan has been reduced to $ 150 million, but in return for getting this money, the Trump administration has removed the pre-condition of action against Haqqani network and Lashkar-e-Taiba. 

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