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Nowshera attack exposes Pak Army's 'cowardness', says defence expert

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Defence Expert Brigadier (Retired) Anil Gupta on Sunday said the recent ceasefire violation in Nowshera sector of shows the 'cowardness' of Army.

"The repeated ceasefire violations by the Army is an act of 'cowardness' and is 'unethical'," he told ANI.

Brigadier (Retired) Gupta connected today's ceasefire violation in Nowshera with the ongoing BRICS Summit in Goa.

"This ceasefire violation has been done by the Army to remain in lime light and also to keep the issue of Kashmir alive," he said.

Appreciating the for giving a befitting reply to Pakistan, Brigadier (Retired) Gupta said that it would give a strong message to the neighbouring county.

Earlier today, opened unprovoked fire yet again in Naushera sector of to which the Indian troops gave a befitting reply.

A heavy gun-battle is presently underway and intermittent firing has been consistent since this morning from Pakistan's side.

No casualties have been reported from the Indian side so far.

This comes after a spree of ceasefire violations last week by after the surgical strikes conducted by the on September 29 on terror launchpads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nowshera attack exposes Pak Army's 'cowardness', says defence expert

Defence Expert Brigadier (Retired) Anil Gupta on Sunday said the recent ceasefire violation in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir shows the 'cowardness' of Pakistan Army."The repeated ceasefire violations by the Pakistan Army is an act of 'cowardness' and is 'unethical'," he told ANI.Brigadier (Retired) Gupta connected today's ceasefire violation in Nowshera with the ongoing BRICS Summit in Goa."This ceasefire violation has been done by the Pakistan Army to remain in lime light and also to keep the issue of Kashmir alive," he said.Appreciating the Indian Army for giving a befitting reply to Pakistan, Brigadier (Retired) Gupta said that it would give a strong message to the neighbouring county.Earlier today, Pakistan opened unprovoked fire yet again in Naushera sector of Jammu and Kashmir to which the Indian troops gave a befitting reply.A heavy gun-battle is presently underway and intermittent firing has been consistent since this morning from Pakistan's side.No casualties have been ...

Defence Expert Brigadier (Retired) Anil Gupta on Sunday said the recent ceasefire violation in Nowshera sector of shows the 'cowardness' of Army.

"The repeated ceasefire violations by the Army is an act of 'cowardness' and is 'unethical'," he told ANI.

Brigadier (Retired) Gupta connected today's ceasefire violation in Nowshera with the ongoing BRICS Summit in Goa.

"This ceasefire violation has been done by the Army to remain in lime light and also to keep the issue of Kashmir alive," he said.

Appreciating the for giving a befitting reply to Pakistan, Brigadier (Retired) Gupta said that it would give a strong message to the neighbouring county.

Earlier today, opened unprovoked fire yet again in Naushera sector of to which the Indian troops gave a befitting reply.

A heavy gun-battle is presently underway and intermittent firing has been consistent since this morning from Pakistan's side.

No casualties have been reported from the Indian side so far.

This comes after a spree of ceasefire violations last week by after the surgical strikes conducted by the on September 29 on terror launchpads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nowshera attack exposes Pak Army's 'cowardness', says defence expert

Defence Expert Brigadier (Retired) Anil Gupta on Sunday said the recent ceasefire violation in Nowshera sector of shows the 'cowardness' of Army.

"The repeated ceasefire violations by the Army is an act of 'cowardness' and is 'unethical'," he told ANI.

Brigadier (Retired) Gupta connected today's ceasefire violation in Nowshera with the ongoing BRICS Summit in Goa.

"This ceasefire violation has been done by the Army to remain in lime light and also to keep the issue of Kashmir alive," he said.

Appreciating the for giving a befitting reply to Pakistan, Brigadier (Retired) Gupta said that it would give a strong message to the neighbouring county.

Earlier today, opened unprovoked fire yet again in Naushera sector of to which the Indian troops gave a befitting reply.

A heavy gun-battle is presently underway and intermittent firing has been consistent since this morning from Pakistan's side.

No casualties have been reported from the Indian side so far.

This comes after a spree of ceasefire violations last week by after the surgical strikes conducted by the on September 29 on terror launchpads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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