India Army VS Pakistan Soldier Fighting at Border Watch Clip
The 2015 India–Pakistan border skirmishes are a series of ongoing armed skirmishes and firing exchange between the Border Security Force and Pakistan Rangers along the Line of Control (LoC) in the disputed Kashmir region and Punjab. Started from mid-July 2014, military officials and media reports of both countries gave different accounts of the incidents, each accusing the other of initiating the hostilities. The incident sparked outrage both in Pakistan and India and harsh reactions by the Indian and Pakistan armed forces and governments.
Later in October 2015, the situation became aggressive, following which Indian Defence Minister Arun Jaitley urged Pakistan to stop “unprovoked” firing and warned that the response by India would be “unaffordable”. His Pakistani counterpart, Khawaja Asif replied to the warning with subtle mention of “nuclear power” that the country would be able to respond “befittingly” to the “Indian aggression”. On 12 October 2014, Pakistan’s Foreign and National Security Adviser, Sartaj Aziz, sent a letter to UN and appealed to resolve the crises.However, the United Nations ignored Pakistan’s proposal to intervene in the crisis and reiterated that the dispute be resolved through bilateral discussions.
In September 2015, a delegation headed by DG Rangers Maj. Gen. Umer Farooq visited India for biannual talks and both sides agreed to stop ceasefire violations. The DG BSF, Devendra Kumar headed the Indian delegation.The Indian home minister Rajnath Singh told the Rangers delegation that “Indian forces will not fire the first bullet along the international border.”Rangers delegation raised the issue of killing of a Rangers personnel called for a flag meeting by Indian BSF fire earlier. The DG BSF guaranteed that no such incident would occur in the future again.Both sides achieved consensus to conduct joint investigations if incidents occurred in the future and to further strengthen the border control.