Indian and Pakistani forces clash in Kashmir

Shelling broke out between Indian and Pakistani forces along the Control Line (LoC) in Kashmir – a disputed area controlled by India.

An Indian soldier next to a helicopter fell in Budgam district, on the outskirts of Srinagar, Kashmir state. The Indian army said that Pakistan violated the ceasefire agreement on the morning of July 12. An Indian defense official said: “The military is responding strongly in the Mankote area of ​​Mendhar.”

The firefight between Indian and Pakistani forces took place on the morning of July 12 on the Indian-Pakistani border. However, there is no information on the number of casualties.

Except on July 6, this was the 5th firefight between the two armies. Specifically, two soldiers were seriously injured during the fighting on July 6, while on July 8, a civilian was injured in the Nowshera area. in the Kashmir valley. India accuses Pakistan of violating a ceasefire agreement 1,248 times in 2019 alone.

Earlier, in 2003, India – Pakistan signed a ceasefire agreement at LoC. This is considered the biggest confidence building method between the two countries.

The relationship between India and Pakistan neighbors has long been strained because of competition claims for areas of the Kashmir region, since India gained independence from the British Empire in 1947.

India and Pakistan fight fierce fire in border areas

Determination of an Indian helicopter fell in Kashmir region in February. An Indian helicopter fell in Kashmir region in February

Intense fire and artillery fire broke out between Indian and Pakistani forces along the Control Line (LoC) in Kashmir – a disputed area managed by India. Indian troops believe that Pakistan violated the ceasefire agreement this morning (July 12).

“Indian troops are strong retaliation in the Mankote area of ​​Mendhar,” a military official added.

The fight took place this morning on the Indian-Pakistani border. However, there is no information about casualties from both sides.