Everything will be fine soon: PM Modi on ceasefire violations by Pakistan

Everything will be fine soon: PM Modi on ceasefire violations by Pakistan

By: || Updated: 08 Oct 2014 01:33 PM
New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi broke his silence over ongoing ceasefire violations from Pakistan at the international border.

 

He told reporters today that “everything will be fine soon.”

 

 

 

The Modi government has been facing criticism over response to ceasefire violations by Pakistan resulting in civilian casualties.

 

The current ceasefire violations and attacks on Indian civilians are indicators of  terrorist outfits like the Lashkar-e-Toiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed operating alongside regular Pakistani forces of the army and the Rangers, the Indian Army has said.

 

The Indian Army has alleged that there have been 125 ceasefire violations by Pakistan in 2014. Around 165 violations took place last year.

 

Pakistani troops have targeted a massive 50 border out posts (BoPs) and 35 hamlets since overnight along the 192-km international border. This has led to an exodus from border villages, with around 16,000 people fleeing away to safer areas.

 

So far 8 people have been killed, 71 injured which include BSF jawans.

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