Highlights: Captain Kapil Kundu, Killed In Pak Ceasefire Violation, Was Just 6 Days Short Of His 23rd Birthday

Indian forces say there have been over 130 instances of ceasefire violations by Pakistan last month, the highest since 2014.

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Highlights: Captain Kapil Kundu, Killed In Pak Ceasefire Violation, Was Just 6 Days Short Of His 23rd Birthday

Pak ceasefire violation: On February 10, Captain Kundu would have turned 23.

New Delhi:  After four soldiers were killed in shelling by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Sunday, schools in the region have been closed. Pakistan intensified firing at Indian military posts and villages along the Line of Control or LoC in Poonch and Rajouri districts. One solider was injured in the filing. A teenage girl and a soldier were injured in Poonch.

Here are the updates after Pak firing in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri: 

 

Feb 05, 2018
13:51 (IST)
Will continue to give a "befitting reply": Army vice chief
India will continue to give a "befitting reply" and its action will speak for itself, the Army's vice chief said today.

The Pakistani Army has been supporting infiltration by terrorists along the border, Army Vice Chief Sarath Chand said.
 
"We will continue with our process of giving a befitting reply," he told reporters.
 
"(Our) action will speak for itself," Chand added in response to a question on yesterday's incident.
Feb 05, 2018
13:19 (IST)
Captain Kapil Kundu was just six days short of his 23rd birthday
Captain Kapil Kundu was just six days short of his 23rd birthday. His Facebook page intro speaks volumes about his incredible spirit: "Life should be big instead of being long..."

On February 10, Captain Kundu would have turned 23. According to reports, he had booked a ticket to go home for his birthday and celebrate with his mother and younger sister, who live in Pataudi in Haryana. On his last visit not too long ago, he had been held up by villagers as a hero. 
Feb 05, 2018
12:26 (IST)
Union Minister Hansraj Ahir has condemned the firing across the LoC.
Union Minister Hansraj Ahir has condemned the firing across the LoC.

"We will not forgive Pakistan's actions. It will prove to be Pakistan's foolishness and will cost them dearly," Hansraj Ahir, Minister of State Home Affairs said.
Feb 05, 2018
10:24 (IST)
Feb 05, 2018
10:06 (IST)
Feb 05, 2018
10:05 (IST)


84 schools closed as a precautionary measure after Pakistan violated ceasefire in Rajouri sector yesterday
Feb 05, 2018
09:49 (IST)
"This time they (Pakistan) have used guided missiles and mortors. Heavy firing was done by Pakistanis. We are also retaliating and giving them a befitting reply. The fact remains that how far the Pakistanis are going to continue this firing. We must give a solid reply so that they don't repeat these kind of actions again," Defence expert Sunil Deshpande was quoted by news agency ANI.
Feb 05, 2018
09:30 (IST)
Captain Kapil Kundu, 22, was one of the soldiers killed in the firing.

Feb 05, 2018
09:28 (IST)
The soliders killed were identified as Captain Kapil Kundu, 22, Rifleman Ramavatar, 28, Rifleman Subham Singh, 22 and Havilder Roshan Lal, 42.
Feb 05, 2018
09:19 (IST)
84 schools closed as a precautionary measure after Pakistan violated ceasefire in Rajouri sector yesterday. Four Army personnel lost their lives and one was injured in the ceasefire violation; Latest visuals from Manjakote area.
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