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Indian Army Battles Against Coronavirus Breakout And Pakistan’s Unprovoked Ceasefire Violation

The Indian Army, nowadays, is leading from the front in battling against coronavirus breakout in the country and Pakistan’s unprovoked ceasefire violation. Amid coronavirus outbreak, Pakistani forces for the second consecutive day on Tuesday initiated an unprovoked ceasefire violation on the forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. It is to be noted that Pakistani forces fired mortars along LoC in Mankote sector at around 7.40 am (IST). The Indian Army is giving a befitting reply.

Meanwhile, the Indian Army has extended its support in the country’s fights against novel coronavirus breakout. The Army has opened several hospitals at its command base. Also, the Indian Army has launched cyber-security exercises to tackle as many as 4,000 fraud portals related to coronavirus.

Coming to Pakistan’s ceasefire violation, this comes a day after Indian security personnel foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district and killed five terrorists. During the operation, 5 soldiers also lost their lives.

The soldiers who lost their lives have been identified as Subedar Sanjeev Kumar of Himachal Pradesh, Haveldar Davendra Singh of Uttarakhand, paratrooper Bal Krishan of Himachal Pradesh, Paratrooper Amit Kumar of Uttarakhand and Chhatrapal Singh of Rajasthan.

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