Three BSF jawan martyrs of Rajasthan in the PAK firing, retrieving the enemy, received Veergati
The ‘holy’ day of Wednesday for Rajasthan began with bad news. Three soldiers of Rajasthan were martyred in border crossings on the Line of Control in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir. In the firing by Pakistan, Jitendra Singh of Jaipur, Ramnivas of Sikar and Hansraj Gurjar Veergati of Alwar have been received.
According to information, Pakistani troops, after violating the ceasefire, fired Tuesday night on the Line of Control in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir. In this attack four jawans of Border Security Force (BSF) were killed and five others were injured.
Inspector General of Police (BSF) Ram Avtar told that Pakistani troops started firing across the border at Chambaliyal border post in Ramgarh Sector from around 10:30 pm. Indian soldiers also fired in counterattack The firing continued till two o’clock in the night.
According to the sources, the firing continues in a halt. He informed that in the firing, an assistant commandant of rank officer and three jawans were martyred. Shaheed BSF jawans have been identified as Assistant Commandants Jatinder Singh, Sepoy Hans Raj, ASI Ram Niwas and SI Jantal. The injured jawans have been admitted to the hospital.
This is the second major incident of ceasefire violation after the meeting of the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) level on May 29. At that meeting, both sides agreed to restore peace on the border.