The bodies of two Indian soldiers allegedly killed while patrolling the border in Kashmir, was sent home on Tuesday, the Indian army has vowed to avenge what it called a "despicable act."
India accused Pakistani soldiers abusing the bodies of the soldiers on may 1, after firing rockets and mortars along the line of control (LOC) in poonch district in Kashmir. On the question of whether the soldiers were killed by artillery fire, the Indian army said the cause of death was unclear, adding that more information will be obtained after the autopsy.
The official refused to go into details about how and when the injury occurred. In a statement, the Pakistani army categorically denied that Pakistani troops had crossed the border or maimed soldiers. "Pakistan remains fully committed to maintaining peace and tranquility along the LOC and expects the same from the other side and hoped that good sense will be realized," added the statement.
Two dead soldier - he is a mechanical engineer Singh and Prem Sagar. They were part of a patrol team of nine people. Another soldier was wounded, but he is now in stable condition. As the nation mourns the death of two soldiers, the Finance Minister of India, expressed their anger in the message: "the Murder and maiming of the bodies of two of our soldiers is the most reprehensible and barbaric,' said Arun Jaitly. "We have full confidence in our armed forces who will react accordingly", - he added.
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