On Monday in response to what is thought to be the largest attempt at infiltration of terrorists from across the Control Line over recent years, the military announced its second day in succession in Jammu and Kashmir.
Internet and mobile telephone services in the Uri area of northern Cashmir have been suspended since this morning.Late Saturday evening, an attempted infiltration took place, coinciding with the fifth anniversary of the Uri Attack. After two suicide attackers on 18 September 2016, 19 soldiers were killed by a military installation.
India reacted by conducting an operation across the control line to destroy several launch pads of terrorists.
According to government sources in Delhi, a group of six infiltrators were able to sneak in from Pakistan. They reported that during the infiltration attempt, a soldier was injured because of gunfire.
The army said that the operation is under way to locate the infiltrators but the exact situation on the ground remains unknown.
For the first time since a cross-border infiltration attempt, the telephone and internet services have been suspended.
According to the army, this is the second such offer this year after a ceasefire deal between India’s and Pakistan’s armies in February.
According to the army, there have been no ceasefire violations since then and Pakistan has not been instigated.
“This year there will be no breaches of ceasefire. We are ready to reply to any cease-fire violations. But honestly, the other side of the border has not been instigated “Lt. General DP Panday, General Officer Commanding the 15 Corps, said.
He stated that this year, in contrast to previous years, several attempts have been made to infiltrate the Uri sector and are looking for the infiltrators.”In Uri, the last 24 hours have been operating, and we believe that the attempt to infiltrate has been carried out. We are looking for them. We’re looking for them. Still on this side, or did they come back after a trial? This problem still has to be clarified or verified “Panday’s Gen. said.