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With Indian Army opting for tit-for-tat approach, Pak's ISI worried about heavy casualties

Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is worried about Indian Army and BSF's response during retaliatory firing at their border post which has lead to increased casualties on the Pak side. The Indian forces have given a tit-for-tat response to unprovoked firing and aggression from the Pakistan side. But the heavy casualties have now forced ISI to rethink its strategy.

Increasingly, ISI is finding it difficult to carry on their long-term strategy of using Border Action Team (BAT) and sniper attacks to rattle the Indian forces. Whenever these action happens, India is now giving a befitting reply.

As per intel sources, ISI held a meeting recently with various terror groups and senior army officials in Rawalpindi. During the meeting, LeT and other terror groups expressed their concern over massive loss during counter terror ops in the Kashmir Valley.

ISI and Pakistan Army are surprised with the new strategy of Indian security forces ISI's main worry is that now Indian Army is not hesitating to carry out surgical strikes or cross-border attacks on their camps.The cost of ceasefire violations in increasingly becoming hefty for the Pak side.

Recently, on 25th December India retaliated against Pak attack in Rajouri sector by crossing over the border and killing at least three of their soldiers. In 2017, on an average, Indian Army killed nearly 3 Pak soldiers a day.


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