Pakistani Muslim troopers kill two Hindu Jawans of Indian Army, behead, mutilate one of them….
Posted by hinduexistence on January 9, 2013
Retaliation of Kasab Hanging?
Jihadi Pakistani troopers cross into Indian territory, brutally slit throats of two Hindu Jawans of Rajputana Rifles and mutilate after ambush in Poonch.
Pak troops kill two jawans, behead, mutilate one of them
By Rajat Pandit & Josy Joseph, TNN | Wednesday, Jan 9, 2013.
J&K: 2 Hindu soldiers beheaded, body of one mutilated by Jihadi Pak troops…
(there are more than 70 ceasefire violation along the Actual Line on Control alone and 30 ceasefire violation at International Border between Indian and Pakistan last year…… )
The defeat in Kargil did not chasten the Pakistani security establishment into mending its ways and stop violating the Geneva Convention which lays down how captured soldiers should be treated. In February, 2000, infamous Pakistani terrorist and al-Qaida member Ilyas Kashmirihad led a raid on the Indian Army’s “Ashok Listening Post” in the Nowshera sector to kill seven Indian soldiers.
Even then, Kashmiri had taken back to Pakistan the head of a 24-year-old Indian jawan, Bhausaheb Maruti Talekar of the 17 Maratha Light Infantry, as a trophy to brandish. He is believed to have been honoured by General Pervez Musharraf himself at a ceremony later.
On Tuesday, the defence ministry said the director-general of military operations (DGMO), Lt-General Vinod Bhatia, had already taken up the issue “directly” with his Pakistani counterpart. With the PM landing back in New Delhi later on Tuesday, the ministry of external affairs is likely to summon a top Pakistani official on Wednesday to lodge a strong protest over the matter.
Sources said Army chief General Bikram Singh also briefed national security advisor Shivshankar Menon on the “significant escalation” in ceasefire violations by the Pakistan Army in recent days. “Pakistan Army is regularly giving covering fire to help terrorists infiltrate into J&K, especially in the Rajouri, Uri and Keran sectors. If there were 61 such violations in 2011, as many as 120 have been recorded in the last one year,” said an official.
India has already denied Pakistan’s earlier allegation on Sunday, holding that it was actually Pakistani soldiers who opened “unprovoked heavy machinegun and mortar fire on Indian post in the Uri sector”. Indian troops had just responded to it “in a calibrated manner”. The external affairs ministry also asked Pakistan to ensure that the “sanctity of the LoC is maintained”.
Courtesy: TOI | CNN-IBN | Asansol News.