Pakistan Deploys Over 100 BAT Commandos Along LoC; Another Border Clash On Cards?

Ever since the government of India took some bold decisions concerning Kashmir, the escalation of tension along the Line of Control just doesn’t seem to be ending. In what seems to be part of a plan to carry out BAT action against the Indian Army, Pakistan has deployed over 100 Special Services Commando along the Line of Control.

As per the Indian Army sources, the Indian defence forces are closely monitoring the activities of these commandos. Besides that, there have been incessant reports of ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops along the LoC.

Indian Troops Retaliating Valiantly

While the Pakistani troops are perpetually indulging in ceasefire violations, the Indian Army is inflicting heavy casualties on them in fierce retaliation. The BAT commandos are known to work closely with JeM infiltrators in terms of facilitating intrusions to launch terror attacks on India.

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The Indian intelligence reports also hint at the deployment of BAT commandos near the Sir Creek area in Pakistan. Moreover,  reports suggest that Jaish has deployed Afghan militants in Leepa Valley and the BAT commandos may once again try to make way for infiltrations.

As per the Indian Navy’s inputs, Jaish has also activated its underwater wing to launch seaborne attacks against India on lines of the 26/11 attacks. India’s key economic cities may be the target of such attacks and the Indian Navy has assured preparedness to counter and crush any such attempts.

Pakistan, which could only manage to win despair in its efforts to mobilise international support against India now only has the option of fighting dummy wars by backing terrorists groomed on its soil.

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