Amid the escalating tension between India and Pakistan, On Wednesday, the security establishment sources claimed that Pakistan has stationed additional troops and military equipment from its boundary with Afghanistan to several sensitive sectors along the Line of Control in Kashmir.
Meanwhile, the Indian Army has issued a strict warning on Wednesday, that if Pakistan further causes any harms to the civilians along the Line of Control or provokes it will have “dire consequences”
The warning came following the violation by Pakistan targeting forward posts in Nowshera area. Sources said Pakistan attacked with 155mm artillery guns while the Indian Army fired back with Bofors guns.
While talking about the warning on Wednesday about attacks on civilians, the Army official said, “Post our warning to the Pakistan Army not to target civilian areas, the overall situation along the Line of Control remains relatively calm.”
The Pakistan Army resorted to intense and unprovoked firing with heavy caliber weapons in selected areas of Krishna Ghati and Sunderbani. Pakistan targeted Indian posts and civilian areas with mortar bombs and heavy guns.
“The same was effectively retaliated by the Indian Army. There have been no casualties on the Indian side,” the statement added.
To prevent any further provocation, a strict vigil is being maintained along the LoC and the international border, the statement also claimed.
Sources said, after the IAF’s Balakot strike on February 26, Pakistan has decided to mobilise additional troops and military equipment from its borders with Afghanistan to forward positions in several sensitive sectors along the LoC.

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