Indian Troops Respond to Ceasefire Violation by Pakistan Army's BAT (Border Action Team), Kills 5-7 Commandos Using Bofors
Indian Army (Representational Image | (Photo Credits: PTI)

New Delhi, August 4: In the latest case of aggression and ceasefire violation on the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan's BAT (Border Action Team) and militants opened artillery fire at the Indian troops early on Sunday morning. The Indian troops in retaliation attacked the Pakistan army posts using Bofors and killed at least 5-7 of Pakistan's BAT army regulars. Kargil Vijay Diwas 2019: Preparations Underway at Dras War Memorial For July 26 Event, Indian Army Displays Weapons; View Pics And Video.

Pakistan Army's BAT tried to carry out several attacks on the Indian troops in the past few days. The BAT consists of extensively trained professional SSG (Special Services Group) commandos of the Pakistan Army, reported the Sunday Express.

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Reports said that Pakistan Army started firing on the Indian posts. India's response caught Pakistan Army by surprise. The Indian troops used Bofors 155mm artillery guns, which is rare reported the Sunday Express. The Pakistan Army is said to have suffered heavy casualties following India's retaliation.