11 Indian soldiers killed at LoC on Nov 14 Modi has learnt what we’re capable |COAS Gen. Raheel Sharif
ISLAMABAD: (16 Nov, 2016) COAS Raheel Sharif dares Indian military to tell its casualties. Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif said that Pakistan Army killed 11 Indian troops in return for its seven martyrs. During an informal conversation with media in Islamabad, he said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now understood Pakistan’s stance that aggression across Line of Control (LoC) was useless. General Raheel further said that the army has given excellent results in the defence of the country “We will continue to respond effectively and leave no stone unturned to defend the motherland”.
He said that a total of 45 Indian soldiers have been killed at LoC. Army chief said that India’s surgical strike claim was limited only to mere words, adding that India had to face embarrassment over its own claims.
“So far, 40 to 44 Indian soldiers have been killed in skirmishes,” the army chief said in an informal chat with journalists at the Presidency where he was attending a dinner hosted by President Mamnoon Hussain in honour of his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
(13 Nov,2016):- ‘’Seven Pakistan Army soldiers were killed as Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing at Bhimber sector of the Line of Control (LoC) on Sunday night,” Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Monday14. Nov, 2016.
Indian spy drone shot down by Pak Army near LoC :-
Pakistan army has shot down an Indian drone inside Pakistani territory at Aagahi Post in Rakhchakri Sector along Line of Control on Saturday night. According to ISPR, the Indian Quad Copter had intruded 60 meters in Pakistani side of Line of Control. The copter fell near Agahi Post and its wreckage is taken over by Pakistan army.
Pakistan Navy prevents Indian submarine from entering its water
KARACHI: Pakistan Navy detected an Indian submarine and prevented it from entering territorial waters, a press release from the Pakistan Navy revealed on Friday 18 Nov. According to the press release, Pakistan Navy once again proved its vigilance and operational competence by detecting and blocking an Indian submarine from entering Pakistani waters. The unsuspecting submarine was detected and localised south of Pakistani coast on 14 November. Thereafter, despite the submarine’s desperate efforts to escape detention, it was continuously tracked by Pakistan Navy Fleet units and pushed well away clear of Pakistani waters.
The press release further said, that the thriving encounter of detecting the Indian Navy submarine at high seas and its continued surveillance not only speaks very high of Pakistan Navy’s anti-submarine warfare capability but also reflects the commitment and resolve to defend sea frontiers of Pakistan.
“Pakistan Navy continues to maintain high level of preparedness and vigil to guard sea frontiers,” the press release said. According to Commodore (Retd) Syed M Obaidullah, the diesel-electric attack submarine Type 209 is one of the most lethal submarines in the world. He added that the submarine was headed towards the coast of Balochistan. Admiral (R) Tasneem Ahmed said there can be 2-3 reasons for the presence of the Indian submarine. He added that the submarine was detected through aerial surveillance.
Sacrifices of martyrs will not go in vain: COAS
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel spoke after the military exercise. The Army chief said sacrifices of soldiers would not go in vain. He added that preparation of armed forces would not let anyone cast an evil eye on Pakistan. “We want to provide secure and better future to the next generation,” COAS was quoted as saying.
Pakistan capable of countering aggression: Nawaz Sharif
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif has said on Monday that Pakistan is capable of countering any aggression against her. The premier stated that sacrifices of the martyred personnel would not go in vain. Nawaz Sharif said that India was unabatedly resorting to unprovoked firing in different sectors along the Line of Control (LoC). He said that Indian government wanted to masquerade atrocities being committed against Kashmiris in the occupied valley. The premier said that the nation would remember the sacrifices rendered by brave soldiers.
Indian ceasefire violations: 44 civilians killed, 135 injured in two months at LoC: FO
The Foreign Office said that Indian forces have been committing ceasefire violations during previous years and each time it would be to serve some agenda. In 2014, he said the Indian forces violated ceasefire for over 400 times at a time when they had state assemblies’ elections. This year, he said, they have violated the ceasefire for more than 300 times. (update by 29-Nov-2016)
On 19 Nov,2016| Indian firing at Khoi Ratta at the LoC, Four children, including three girls, were martyred in Singhala village of Khuiratta sub-sector along the Line of Control. On 24 November, 2016 Nine people killed by Indian troops hit a passenger coaster with small and big arms in the town of Lawat, injuring 11 others,” in Neelum Valley.The coaster was on its way to Muzaffarabad at LoC. “Pakistani troops successfully targeted the Indian post in response to the shelling,” the ISPR said in an earlier statement.
Indian High Commissioner (HC), Gautam Bambawale was summoned to the Foreign Office (FO) to lodge protest with over the incident. At least 26 civilians have been killed and 107 wounded in the last two months due to the Indian forces firing, said a statement issued by the Foreign Office.
Pakistan evacuates thousands from Kashmir amid escalating violence
Thousands of villagers in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir have been forced to flee their homes due to escalating violence between India and Pakistan along the disputed border, a Pakistani politician said.
Raja Farooq Haider, the prime minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, the Pakistani-controlled part of the disputed region, He said the government has so far moved 8,000 people to “safer places” in the wake of ongoing “Indian shelling,” and plans are being made to move even more people. According to the PM House spokesman, in recent unprovoked Indian firing 26 Pakistanis had lost their lives, while 107 including women and children had been injured.
Turkish President arrives in Islamabad on two-day visit
ISLAMABAD 16 Dec, 2016: Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif among others welcomed the President of Turkey Mr. Tayyip Erdogan and the first lady. The Turkish President is accompanied by a delegation of his ministers, advisors and business personalities. During his two-day stay, the Turkish President held one-on-one meetings with President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and also addressed joint session of the Parliament.
President Erdogan has become the first foreign dignitary who addressed joint session of the Parliament for the third time. The Prime Minister and Turkish President also addressed a Pakistan-Turkey businessmen roundtable conference. PM Nawaz Sharif hosted a banquet in honour of the Turkish President and his delegation at historic Hazoori Bagh. First ladies Begum Kulsoom Nawaz and Emine Erdogan also attended the banquet. A cultural show was also arranged for the Turkish President and his delegation where the guests were entertained with traditional music.