Indian forces constructing bunkers along LOC after Uri attack
Srinagar, October 5, (Online): Indian forces have started construction of bunkers along the Line of Control after Uri attack and ongoing tensions with Pakistan.
According to British newspaper, Indian officers said that the building of bunkers is underway for last two weeks as an exchange of firing between both countries is being carried out on daily basis.
It was also learnt that India is preparing for decisive war silently.
The Indian army personnel used to sleep in canvas but they are now taking rest in six-foot wide and 10-foot high bunkers.
Locals said the road leading to their homes had only two or three bunkers before the Uri attack took place, but now has as many as 50, many of which extend underground.
On the other hand, secret report sent to Indian government also claimed that Pakistan is increasing its army near LoC whereas Indian newspaper has also quoted that Indian generals are seeking permission from higher authorities for a six-month secret mission in Azad Kashmir.
Another newspaper published that Indian pilots revealed that once Pakistani hackers tried to take control of Indian transmission and played Pakistani songs.
The pilot also said that he had listened ‘Dill Dill Pakistan’ song many times.