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Pak army raises white flag to retrieve bodies of 2 soldiers killed in ceasefire violation


Team Udayavani, Sep 14, 2019, 2:52 PM IST

New Delhi: Pakistan army was forced to raise the “white flag” to retrieve the bodies of two of their soldiers killed by Indian Army in retaliation to the ceasefire violations (CFV) at LoC on September 11.

Sources in the Army said that on September 10-11, Indian Army troops killed Sepoy Ghulam Rasool in Hajipur sector of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK). Sepoy Rasool hailed from Bahawalnagar, a province in Pakistani Punjab.

Another Pakistani soldier was killed during an attempt to recover his body by resorting to ceasefire violation. However, another of their soldier When repeated attempts failed, the Pakistani Army on September 13 raised the white flag, which signifies truce to recover the bodies of its soldiers.

Indian Army respects the dead and so permitted the same, said sources.

It is pertinent to note that the Pakistan army did not try to take back the bodies of its 5-7 soldiers and terrorists killed on July 30-31 in Keran sector. It is believed that those killed were not from Punjab.

Sources said those killed in Keran sector must have been Kashmiris or soldiers from Northern Light Infantry (NLI).

Pakistan had disowned its soldiers killed in Kargil war as well, and Indian soldiers performed their last rites even on icy heights during the war.

“Pakistan treats Kashmiris and NLI troops as cannon fodder. Punjabi Muslims rule the roost, whether Army, politics, social life or national resources,” said sources.

Sources said the Pakistan army, which is dominated by Punjabi Muslim Generals and has more than 70 per cent of troops from that area, always tries its best to retrieve bodies of Punjabi soldiers killed in action.

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