The army had warned that the "act will invite an appropriate response", saying the militants were "supported by covering fire from Pakistan Army posts".
Heavy casualties have been inflicted on the Pakistani side, he said, without giving further details. The terrorists mutilated his body and reportedly beheaded him before fleeing back to Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir. Their limbs were also chopped off, teeth broken and skull fractured during the torture.
The Pakistani ambassador also reiterated that Islamabad is committed to a just resolution of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with United Nations Security Council resolutions and with the aspirations of the Kashmiri people.
On Friday, heavy shelling and firing exchanges took place in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts and on the Line of Control (LoC) in Mendhar sector (Poonch) in Jammu region and Machil (Kupwara) sector in the Kashmir Valley. Moreover, the Pakistan Army provided covering fire to the infiltrating terrorists in this incident, officials said. He is survived by wife, who is serving in Haryana Police. He is survived by wife and two sons aged four years and two years. "But no estimates of casualties on the side can be given", a senior officer said. "It was his duty, he has done it. We will not bow down before anyone", he had said.
He then said Pakistan considers the issue of control of Kashmir as the core issue between India and Pakistan, which has led to a series of conflicts over water, nuclear energy and so on.
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"Some Pakistani posts and villages have suffered heavy damage", he said. "He was supposed to visit home again on Diwali but his leave was cancelled in view of the tension on the border at Machil sector". "There can't be anything more atrocious than this", said Jitendra Singh, Minister of state at the PMO told ANI. The human rights of soldiers should enjoy precedence over the human rights of anybody else. "These are acts of cowardice and these are happening at the time of desperation of the part of the Pakistan army as well as Islamabad".
Highlighting Indian atrocities, another guest speaker former Foreign Secretary Riaz Muhammad Khan said that the Indian forces were truly behaving in a manner of occupation forces and using pellet guns and live ammunition against the civilians with impunity.
The firing assault comes in retaliation to ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops.
Reportedly, around three Pakistani Army personnel were killed in retaliatory firing by Indian troops in the Noushera sector of Rajouri district.
"Subhash was injured due to recoil and was admitted to a medical facility where he succumbed late on Friday night", the official said.