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Pakistan is not deterred by its actions, for the fourth time it opened fire near the LOC

Pakistan started firing along the LoC on Wednesday. This is the fourth time this year that Pakistani soldiers have resorted to fire in the late evening. Earlier, Balakot, Mankot and Chakka da Bagh of Mendhar tehsil of Poonch district were set on fire along the Line of Control.
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When Pakistan is not deterred from its nefarious activities, Pakistani soldiers once again opened fire near the LoC. which spread rapidly late on Wednesday evening and extended several kilometers near the LoC. Due to the fire, the landmines laid by the Indian Army to prevent infiltration along the Line of Control are exploding periodically. Even before this, Pakistan has done such nefarious acts many times. This is the fourth time Pakistan has resorted to arson since the beginning of this year.

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Soldiers are facing the situation and no terrorist will dare to infiltrate into Indian territory. Efforts to douse the fire are on. According to Army officials, the fire started from Sidian area of ​​Pakistan's Nakarkot village in Poonch's Degwar sector, which spread rapidly by late evening and reached Indian Army's forward post Durga Post and several small outposts.

Earlier, Balakot, Mankot and Chakka da Bagh of Mendhar tehsil of Poonch district were set on fire along the Line of Control. The Pakistani Army fired across the Line of Control in Mendhar's Mankot in an attempt to destroy landmines and surveillance equipment planted by the Indian side to prevent infiltration.

Police, army and government alert regarding security in the state

Let us tell you that Indian Army, Government and State Police are on alert regarding security in Jammu and Kashmir. Recently, the Jammu and Kashmir Police announced a reward for information on anti-national activities. Accordingly, a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh will be given to the person who finds the cross-border tunnel. The same tunnel is used to transport explosives and smuggled goods. Jammu and Kashmir Police has divided the cash reward into several categories. It includes cash prizes up to Rs 5 lakh, Rs 3 lakh, Rs 2 lakh and Rs 1 lakh.

3 lakh cash prize

A cash reward of Rs 3 lakh will be given to anyone who spots drones flying across the border to drop drugs, ammunition or explosives, and if the material is found. Also, any person who provides actionable information about a person involved in smuggling of arms, ammunition and narcotics racket across the border-LoC into hinterland or Punjab and that intelligence is confirmed during further action, if successful, 3 lakhs will be awarded.

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