News no.1

Jammu and Kashmir: Do not assume Pakistan, 2 BSF jawans martyred in border firing

Both BSF soldiers, who were martyred in Pakistani firing, are from Uttar Pradesh. Satya Narayan Yadav is a resident of Devaria and he was in BSF since 1987. Vijay Kumar had joined the BSF in 2012 and he was a resident of Fatehpur.



Srinagar: Pakistan opened fire on International Border (IB) again without any provocation this morning. In the shootout, two soldiers of Border Security Force (BSF) ASI Satya Narayan Yadav and constable Vijay Kumar Pandey were killed and eight other civilians were injured. The injured have been admitted to the local hospital. A senior official said that the Pakistani Rangers killed two soldiers during the same firing in Akhnur and Pargwal areas in the morning. Its Indian soldiers also responded retort.

Shaheed Both the BSF youth are from Uttar Pradesh. Satya Narayan Yadav is a resident of Devaria and he was in BSF since 1987. Vijay Kumar had joined the BSF in 2012 and he was a resident of Fatehpur.


Pakistan has fired at such times when he had agreed to implement the siegefire in the past. The Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of both countries had agreed on May 29 to fully implement the ceasefire agreement in an attempt to ensure peace on LoC and international border in Jammu and Kashmir. A senior BSF official said, "Despite Pakistan agreeing to abide by the" 2003 "agreement, the violation of the ceasefire on the international border in Jammu and Kashmir.


Pakistan has violated the cesfire at least 46 times this year. 20 people, including the security personnel, died in the shootout. Last month, Pakistan targeted the villagers. Because of which thousands of people had to flee from border areas. CRPF driver killed in accident, internet services in Srinagar and Badgam precautionary closure


Pakistan army has been trying to infiltrate militants into infiltrating the Indian border by firing on the border. These terrorists target security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. Only yesterday terrorists carried out four grenade attacks. Five people, including a young man, were injured in this attack.


News no2

CRPF driver killed in accident, internet services in Srinagar and Badgam precautionary closure


Ahmed was admitted here in the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS). Due to severe internal injuries, he breathed his last Saturday.



New Delhi: Kaiser Ahmad Bhatt, one of the two youths who were injured in the collision of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) vehicle during a clash between security forces and protesters in J & K, died on Saturday in the hospital. In view of this, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has stopped internet services in Srinagar and Badgam districts as a precaution to avoid any kind of confusion. During the protests in Nahatta on Friday, Kaiser Ahmed (21) was seriously injured after coming under the vehicle of Central Reserve Police Force.

Youth was admitted to hospital after being injured

Ahmed was admitted here in the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS). Due to severe internal injuries, he breathed his last Saturday.

Internet service stopped

A police official said that internet services have been discontinued as a precaution in Srinagar and Badgam districts. Speed ​​of broadband internet connection has also been reduced so that no provocative posts or photos could be uploaded. Rail services have been barred for the day in Banihal of Baramulla and Jammu region of North Kashmir. The mobile company's official said, "We have received instructions from the administration to postpone mobile Internet services.

Protest against murder

The separatists have called for protesting against insulting the grave of Hizbul Commander Sameer Tiger and killing civilians by security forces.

Shops and commercial establishments are closed in most places and public vehicles are not seen from the roads, while there are three-wheelers and private vehicles in the outskirts of the city.