BSF Pays Tribute To Sub-Inspector Killed In Pakistan Ceasefire Violation


    BSF Pays Homage To Sub-Inspector Killed In Pakistan Ceasefire Violation

    BSF Pays Tribute To Sub-Inspector Killed In Pakistan Ceasefire Violation

    BSF Sub-Inspector Rakesh Dobhal, 39, was eliminated in ceasefire offense by Pakistan in J&K on Friday.

    New Delhi:

    The Border Security Force (BSF) on Sunday commemorated Sub-Inspector Rakesh Dobhal, 39, who was eliminated in the line of task on the eve of Diwali, throughout ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

    A wreath-laying event for Mr Dobhal of the Weapons Regiment was led by Dr Rajesh Mishra, Inspector General Kashmir Frontier, in Srinagar on Sunday morning.

    ” Sub-Inspector Rakesh Dobhal immediately responded to the call of duty for retaliation (to Pakistani shooting) … thus triggering great damage to the enemy in Naugam Sector. While battling bravely, he was struck. He was immediately left, but passed away on method to the hospital,” a BSF declaration read.

    The BSF household salutes its brave member and is indebted for his sacrifice for the Nation, it included.

    Mr Dobhal had signed up with the Border Security Force in2004 He is survived by his parents, other half and a daughter who reside in Uttrakhand’s Dehradun.

    Eleven individuals, including 4 soldiers of the Indian army and Mr Dobhal, were eliminated in major firing along the Line of Control throughout districts of north Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.


    Indian forces highly retaliated to the shelling and army sources stated there have been multiple casualties on the Pakistani side.

    Around 6-7 Pakistan army soldiers, including two SSG (Special Service Group) commandos, have been killed and 10-12 hurt, army sources said.

    A variety of Pakistani army bunkers, fuel dumps and launchpads have been damaged and set on fire, they included. The army likewise launched videos of the strikes.

    The ceasefire infraction by Pakistan has actually caused a great deal of harm on civilians, consisting of damage to their residential or commercial properties, Rajesh Mishra, BSF Inspector General (IG), Kashmir, stated including that the “issue of human rights violations” need to be raised versus the nation.

    ( With ANI inputs)

    ( the headline, this story has actually not been published by Important India News staff and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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