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Indian Army deploying heavy weapons at Line of Control

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Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan: Indian Army is deploying extra troops, gunship helicopters, military cargo choppers, medium to heavy ammunition batteries and military ration depots along with its Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan in Kashmir valley, reports Russian language media.

According to information available in Russian language media, Pakistan and Indian troops are once again approaching “eye ball to eye ball” standup situation as heavy mobilization of Indian troops on Neelum/Jhelum valleys is reported. However, Indian Army is not sharing  situation with media and is avoiding commenting on situation at Indo-Pak Line of Control in Kashmir Valley.

“There is heavy infantry and heavy artillery movement at night times in Jura sector”, said a local, reported a regional newspaper Asomiya Khobor.

It is pertinent to mention that Kashmir is a bone of contention between neighouring India and Pakistan those went for three wars during past 70 years after their independence from British Imperialism.

Indian Army is deploying extra troops, gunship helicopters, military cargo choppers, medium to heavy ammunition batteries and military ration depots along with its Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan in Kashmir valley, reports Russian language media.
Indian Army is deploying extra troops, gunship helicopters, military cargo choppers, medium to heavy ammunition batteries and military ration depots along with its Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan in Kashmir valley, reports Russian language media.

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