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New Delhi: Pakistan on Sunday, June 4, released yet another video in which it shows bombarding the Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC). However, an Indian Army official said that Pakistan only destroyed unmanned superstructures, despite the Pakistani army claims that it killed five Indian soldier.
While speaking to media senior Indian Army officer said "There has been no casualty on our side. Two civilians, including a women, however, sustained injured in the ceasefire violation by Pakistan which began at 11 pm on Friday and continued till Saturday afternoon. We strongly reacted to it."
Ref PR285/17— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) June 3, 2017
Video clip showing destruction of Indian posts on LOC by Pak Army in response to unprovoked Indian firing on innocent citizens. pic.twitter.com/ceErT8KzlC
Major Gen Asif Ghafoor, official spokesperson of Pakistan Armed Forces, in the early hours of the day tweeted a 27-second video which claims to show the destruction of Indian posts along the Line of Control. Although, the video is not too clear, and what is seen can best be described as some small structures being destroyed, with no missile visibility hitting them.
Earlier, a Pakistan Army spokesperson said in a statement that Indian troops were involved in "unprovoked ceasefire violation" at Tatta Pani along the LoC.
Pakistan'es statement was recorded after Indian army killed five of the neighboring country's soldiers in "retaliatory fire assaults" across Poonch and Naushera sector of LoC.
Army chief General Bipin Rawat visited some battalions deployed along the LoC is North Kashmir on Saturday. "During hsi visit on Saturday, Gen Rawat was briefed on all aspects of operational and logical preparedness. He was appreciative of the measure