BAT Repeats Brutality by Beheading Two Indian Soldiers

Tuesday 2nd of May 2017

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May 2, 2017

Pakistan's border action team (BAT) has beheaded two Indian soldiers by sneaking 200 metres into Indian Territory on the Krishna Ghati sector�in�Poonch district�of�Jammu and Kashmir. While in the raid, bodies of Naib Subedar Paramjit Singh (22 Sikh Regiment) and head constable Prem Sagar (200 BSF Battalion) were left mutilated. Right here is the third such barbaric episode considering that the conduct of ‘surgical strikes’ against terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on September 29. In the same Krishna Ghati sector, BAT had beheaded�Lance Naik Hemraj�and severed the actual top of�Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh�of 13 Rajputana Rifles in 2013.

India has strongly condemned this inhuman act and therefore the Army has promised appropriate revenge in a place and time of the company's choice. Since january, 65 ceasefire violations were recorded around the LoC.


Pakistani BATs is actually a brutal and barbaric arm of�Pakistan�Army. The BAT typically consists of 5 to 6 Pakistan Army soldiers combined with some terrorists. Pakistan army’s elite Special Services Group (SSG) commandos can be obtained in the BAT actions. BATs are specialised to conduct cross-border raids targeting Indian troops around the LoC. They complete actions up to a depth of 1 to 3 kilometres. Pakistan’s Special Services Group (SSG) or perhaps the “black storks” were among the most important batches of intruders that crossed the LoC into Kargil in 1999 that finally resulted within armed conflict between each of the countries.

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