Go to war with Pakistan and tear it into 4 parts: Swamy

Nine soldiers have died since January. Above PM Modi. PTI file

"Pakistan is a terror country and it can not understand the language of diplomacy and democracy", he said.

Also in Siachen glacier in northern Kashmir, Indian and Pakistani troops have fought intermittently since 1984.

On one occasion, it gathered a large body of civilians at the Line of Control, threatening that the group would transgress the de facto boundary and enter India.

He further said that Pakistan is not capable of fighting a war with the Indian soldiers and this is the reason Pakistan is targeting the Indian camps through missiles.

Apart from Kundu, others who died were identified as riflemen Ram Avtar and Shubam Singh, and havaldar Roshan Lal. According to the reports, the neighboring country has violated the ceasefire an alarming 140 times during the last month, which is more than their occurrences in 2014.

The Parliamentary Affairs Minister, in a statement in the Legislative Assembly here said that alternate arrangements for boarding and lodging have also been put in place to meet the situation arising out of frequent shelling from across the border.

"We will not forgive Pakistan's actions".

"It leaves no space for any confidence-building like a ceasefire agreement", said former Northern Army Command chief, Lt-Gen D S Hooda (retd), who oversaw the "surgical strikes" on 29 September 2016. "This unprecedented escalation in ceasefire violations by India is continuing from the year 2017 when the Indian forces committed 1970 ceasefire violations", he claimed. "An army man was injured in the cross-border firing", he said.

Both sides said their forces only fired in retaliation after receiving incoming shells and gunfire.

"They [India] may have the right to start an [unprovoked] misadventure but the right to respond, at what level and with what magnitude will be reserved by us", The Express Tribune quoted Dastagir as saying.

Pakistan on Monday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh and lodged a formal protest over the recent ceasefire violations that resulted in the martyrdom of two civilians and injuries to seven others, including two children.



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