India targets Pakistan Army’s HQ along LoC near Poonch in J&K

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The Indian Army on October 29 retaliated to an unprovoked attack by Pakistan and fired at Pakistan Army’s administrative headquarters situated near Poonch District in Jammu & Kashmir along the Line of Control (LoC).

According to reports, Pakistan began the ceasefire violation around 10.35 am and hit Indian Army’s brigade headquarters with a 105/106 mm shells setting the store shelter on fire in the border Poonch District.

Today, soon after the firing from the Indian side took place, the sources said that residents in the neighboring villages of Poonch District witnessed smoke emanating from the site.

However, the sources claimed that the Indian Army has exercised maximum restraint in spite of continuous provocation by Pakistan.