No truth to Indian media reports of troops deployed along LoC

The military’s media wing reported that the Indian media that Pakistan had deployed troops along the Line of Control in Gilgit Balochistan region as false and irresponsible.
Inter-Services Public Director General Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar tweeted that there was no truth to Chinese troops using the Skardu Airbase is and said that the report was false, irresponsible and far from the truth.
He also said “No such movement or induction of additional forces has taken place. We also strongly deny the presence of Chinese troops in Pakistan.”
India media outlets claimed that Pakistan deployed around 20,000 additional soldiers along the LoC in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and GB to match the Chinese deployments on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the east.
A report by Economic Times said “The level of troops Pakistan has deployed is more than what it did after the Balakot airstrikes. Pakistani radars are believed to be fully activated all across the region.”
Furthermore, Economic Times claims that a meeting was held between the officials of China and Pakistan and the former is also holding talks with Al-Badr outfit to encourage violence in occupied Kashmir.”
The report came after Prime Minister Imran Khan said on the floor of the parliament that Pakistan doesn’t have any doubt that India was involved in the attempted attack on Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi.
India is currently involved in a competition with China at the disputed LAC in the Galwan Valley of the Ladakh region.
Pakistan has been expressing concern that India may have started this false accusation to divert attention from the number of casualties it had in his dispute with China.




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