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Pak army forced to raise white flag to recover the bodies of its soldiers killed by the Indian Army

New Delhi: Pakistan Army was forced to raise the ‘white flag’ after the Indian Army killed its soldiers in retaliation to the ceasefire violations (CFV) by Pakistan. The Pakistan Army raised the white flag to retrieve their soldiers’ body.

Sources in the Army said that on September 10-11, Indian Army troops killed Sepoy Ghulam Rasool in Hajipur sector of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Sepoy Rasool hailed from Bahawalnagar, a province in Pakistani Punjab.

Initially, Pakistani soldiers tried to recover the body by intensifying ceasefire violation but could not do so despite several attempts for over two days. Finally, they had no other option than waving the white flag on September 13 and recovered the bodies.

Indian Army respects the dead and so permitted the same, said sources.

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