After nine days of serious big gun shelling and firing by Pakistan, shooting along International Border (IB) in Jammu border collapsed today even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it was taught a “befitting trail” with the Army “shutting down their mouth”. “There was no cross border gun firing while the overruling night of October 9 and 10 along the International Border in Jammu and Samba districts”, a BSF presenter told PTI. The shooting stopped after a strong disciplinary response by India. The last instance of shooting by Pakistan along IB was when it’s Rangers under attack four BSF Border out Posts for 20 minutes from 8 PM last night, the presenter said, addition that earlier around 60 BoPs were targeted.
There has been a quiet period in shelling from across the border at the Line of Control (Loc) for the last few days. “Pakistan got an enough lesson. They would not courage to do again. Our soldiers have shut their mouth,” Modi said speaking an election rally in Dhamangaon in Maharashtra.
The Indo-Pak border clash boom noticed by over three dozen truce violations along the 192-km long IB in Jammu frontier since October one had been the worst since a 2003 truce accord between India and Pakistan. The gun firing incidents hit eight people’s dead and nearly 90 people, including 13 security men injured. Also, approximately, 30,000 people ran away from their border homes departure 113 hamlets empty along the IB.
On October two, Pakistani crowd targeted border villages in forward areas along Loc in Poonch region by gunfire them with big gun bombs and firing consequential in injuries to six civilians.