Cease Fire Violations (CFV) irks border residents


‘The ongoing skirmish at LOC is giving sleepless night to border residents’

Gowhar Nazir

Srinagar, Dec 22: The situation along the cross border continues to remain grim in the wake of series of cease fire violations perpetrated by Pakistan. The ongoing skirmishes between two nuclear armed arch rivals is giving sleepless nights to the residents along loc.

On Friday midnight, the Indian Army has retailed strongly over the provocative actions of Pakistan.

Meanwhile Pakistan has been indulged in Cease Fire Violations (CFV’s) for over about 900 times since August 5, 2019 when the Government of India stripped the semi-autonomous status of former state of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated the same into two Union Territories (Jammu—Kashmir and Ladakh)

Pakistan has been violating ceasefire in Tangdhar and Kanzalwan sectors along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir sector giving the people sleepless nights who are living in the nearby areas.

However few days back the Pakistanis had tried to do a BAT in the Sunderbani sector which claimed a life of one Indian soldier while two Pakistani elite Special Services Group commandos were killed in Indian Army retaliatory action.

“We are living under constant fear of losing our lives and property due to the frequent cease fire violations.” said Zaheer Khan a resident of Tangdhar

He said that the number of cease fire violations has raised after the center stripped the special status of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. He further added that, “If the situation does not improve we will be leaving our village for the safety of our lives and property.”


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