JAMMU: Now, Indian Army's has shows aggressive response to repeated ceasefire violations from across the border has forced Pakistan to deploy more troops at its border outposts along the Line of Control (LoC).

As per report says, the Pakistani establishment has also sounded an alert asking its troops posted along the LoC and in PoK to remain extremely attentive and increase patrolling. Pakistan's 3 PoK Brigade, situated in the Kotli area near Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir, has been alerted and the strength of troops deployed at this ordinary outpost, which normally ranges between 2-3 Jawans, has been increased to ten.

Top Officials report that the befitting response being given by the armed forces towards Pakistani attacks from across the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir has forced Pakistan to increase its troop deployment at the international borders to deter a possible offensive attack by the Indian Army.While, It may be recalled that Pakistan's Border Action Team (BAT) was allegedly involved in several attacks on the Indian armed forces and ceasefire violations along the LoC recently, which was strongly opposed by the Indian Army.

Citing an alert issued on January 16, all Pakistani outposts in PoK have been asked to remain on high alert mode.On this report, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, General Officer Commanding-in-chief, Northern Command, said that in the past 48 hours, five Pakistani soldiers have been killed in retaliatory fire from the Indian Army. He further clarified that, “The Indian Army is retaliating with equal measures to alleged sniper attack, ceasefire violations and cross-border shelling from the Pakistani side.”

However, This patrolling from Indian armed force in LoC, After Consecutive blast took place in Srinagar, Yesterday, is required.