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India responding to Pak in its language: Nirmal
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NEW DELHI/JAMMU, Aug 12: Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh Saturday stated that the Indian army was giving a befitting reply to Pakistan's ceasefire violations by firing 10 bullets for every Pakistani bullet across the LoC.

He was talking to media persons on the sidelines of BJP core group meeting here in the winter capital of the state.

Earlier in the day, the Deputy Chief Minister called on the President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan in the union capital.

Dr Nirmal Singh complimented Kovind on assuming the office.

After his return to the winter capital, he participated in the BJP core group meeting.

Following the meeting while talking to reporters, the Deputy Chief Minister said, “Pakistan is being given a befitting reply. If they fire one bullet, we retaliate with 10 bullets. That is the kind of fierce retaliation we are giving on the borders. We are giving them a reply in the language that they better understand.”

“But the way the Pakistan army is brutally killing civilians on the borders. We will not tolerate it. We will deal with them sternly diplomatically and militarily,” the Deputy CM said.

Earlier in the day, a 40-year old woman was killed in a ceasefire violation today, when the Pakistan army resorted to shelling on forward villages and Indian posts along the Line of Control in Mendhar in Poonch district, prompting the Indian army to retaliate strongly and effectively.


News Updated at : Sunday, August 13, 2017
 
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