In yet another instance of dissent against Pakistan Army, visuals of PoK residents of rebelling against Pakistan Army have emerged on Monday, as per sources. The video shows a big crowd assembled in the area and Pakistan security officials trying to restrain the mob. Slogans are seen being raised asking the Pakistan Army to 'leave Kashmir'. Visuals also show security officials surrounding the protestors who were assembled in the Valley.
The protestors were heard shouting, "Pakistani Faujiyon chhod do Kashmir ko (Pakistan Army, leave Kashmir). Ye sab Gundagardi hai, iske peeche vardi hai.(The one who behind the hooliganism are those who don the uniforms.)"
Earlier on Sunday, sources reported that Pakistan is using Kashmiri civilians in Lam and Charhoi village in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) as a human shield against firing. Sources report that PoK residents have been forcefully pushed out of their houses towards the LoC to allegedly create a security situation in the area. In a video accessed by Republic TV, PoK civilians are seen revolting against the Pakistan Army's move to put civilians in harm's way. This move by the Pakistani Army has already injured PoK civilians and put them between India and Pakistan's firing-counter firing, as per sources.
The video shows PoK civilians protesting against the Pakistan Army shouting the slogan - 'No more night raids'. Sources report that the Pakistan Army has been conducting night raids in villages bordering the LoC in PoK. The civilians who do not comply are allegedly forced by the Pakistan Army to go in groups towards the LoC, according to sources. Sources report that when the civilians reach LoC, Pakistan Army resorts to unprovoked ceasefire violations anticipating retaliation from the Indian Army. Sources report that Pakistan Army hoped that the Indian Army would kill/injure civilians in the counter-fire. But the Indian Army has not done so, report sources.
Previously on Sunday, the civilians across the Line of Control (LoC) and had continued shelling on the border areas in Kashmir's Nowshera. In visuals accessed by Republic TV reveal how local residents including kids have to take shelter to save themselves from Pakistan's nefarious actions. The Pakistan Army targeted forward posts and villages in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district with heavy firing and shelling, violating ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) for the second day in a row, an army official said. Indian Army has given a befitting retaliation, the official said. There was no immediate report of any casualty in the Pakistani firing, the official said.