Sunday, January 17, 2021

Indian Army Releases Video Of Pakistan BAT Commandos Killed Near LOC

The Indian Army has released a video of an unsuccessful bid by Pakistan Border Action Team (BAT) to infiltrate into India. The video of the incident from the first week of August recorded the events in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir days after the Modi government announced its decision to revoke Article 370.

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Fresh footage of the incursions clearly shows Pakistan insurgents suspected to be BAT commandos tried to cross into India with the help of the Pakistani Army. At least four to five terrorists were allegedly killed by the Indian Army as they tried to cross the LOC.

In the aftermath of the incident, Pakistan has increased its presence on the Line of Control (LoC) and there have also been reports of terrorists being spotted across forward locations of the border.

Ministry Of Defence Gives Nod To Integrated Battle Groups For Quick Action On India-Pakistan Border

Indian security forces, on the other hand, have also kept a stringent eye on developments along the forward border posts to thwart any possible terror attacks.

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