Pakistan warns India against 'misadventure'

Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Wednesday summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit and conveyed India's outrage over the "barbaric act" and told him that the Pakistani army was involved in the May 1 incident in Jammu and Kashmir near the Line of Control.

The Indian Army yesterday lodged a strong protest with the Pakistani military over the beheading of its two soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, calling it a "dastardly and inhuman" act that merited "unequivocal condemnation and response".

After the mutilation of Indian soldiers in Krishna Ghati, it was expected that firing can take place.The recent developments suggest that firing exchanges are still continuing. The reaction to this ghastly incident would be at a time and place of India's choosing.

The army said the DGMO also conveyed India's concern about the presence of Border Action Team (BAT) training camps in close vicinity of the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan- Occupied Kashmir.

Echoing the same sentiments, Opposition leader in the assembly Ramesh Chennithala said Pakistan was indulging in a "shadow war" against India and the beheading of soldiers was the latest proof of this.

"There was no ceasefire violation along the LoC in Poonch".

While the report also adds that the intelligence officials on the ground also failed to confirm the attack, the military spokesperson was quoted as saying that they will respond at the right time as a lot of planning goes into any army action. A wreath-laying ceremony was held in Poonch in their honour. "If the government can not teach Pakistan a lesson, then they should allow me to take revenge of my husband's killing", she said. The Pakistan Army has denied mutilating the bodies of the two Indian security personnel.

Earlier, an Army officer had said that there was a ceasefire violation in the area and that details are being sought. His body was found beheaded after a few days.

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