Pakistani soldier dies on the east-west front: Pak journalist opens poll

Pakistani soldier dies on the east-west front: Pak journalist opens poll

On the one hand, Pakistan is facing a conflict with India over the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to this, Pakistan is facing major losses in India’s counter-attack. On the other hand, Pak army is being damaged by the Tehreek Taliban in Afghanistan border. That is, Pakistan’s military policy has led to a dual war against the Western Front. As a result, Pakistan is suffering a final blow. According to Pakistan Defense Specialist journalist Wajahat Khan, 15-18 Pakistani soldiers are killed on a daily basis.

Whose information the Pakistani army is hiding from their country. That is, Pakistan is hiding information of its martyrs on its own countrymen. Not surprisingly, despite such major setbacks, Pakistan continues to violate ceasefire along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. On August 15 Pakistan also opened fire in Rajouri and Poonch districts. In response, several posts of the Pakistani army were flown by the Indian Army. The plan was to invade India on the one hand and send terrorists to India. The Indian army had already reported that Pakistan was sitting on the sidelines. The Indian Army kept making anti-tank missiles. Indian army attacked Pakistan with anti-tank missiles and destroyed their anti-craft heavy gun.

At least 10 to 12 Pakistani troops were reported killed. As the polls began to open, Pakistan on Friday acknowledged that five of its troops had died on the Line of Control. However, Pakistan social media is spreading false news. The Pak army says it has killed five Indian soldiers. Although this is completely untrue. Indian troops have said they have not suffered any such casualties. And now the Pakistani journalist has opened his own poll.

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