Over 40,000 soldiers of Indian Army have reportedly applied for sick leaves after ordnance and artillery were moved to the Line of Control to seemingly wage coercive strikes against Pakistan after Uri attack.
After Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister chaired a meeting of chiefs of all three armed forces in war room in New Delhi, heavy guns were shifted to the LoC as India failed the diplomatic fight over Kashmir dispute in the United Nations Organisations.
As reported by Indian news agency, at least 65 percent of Indian citizens residing near the Line of Control in sectors including those of Sialkot, Kasur and Wagah have evacuated different areas.
It was also reported that Indian count on Wagah border has decreased sharply and army personnel dressed in civil were filling the empty seats arranged for the people to watch flag hoisting ceremonies.
Adding to Indian desperation, Sikhs in Amritsar, Gurdaspur and other cities have raised voice against unjust Indian aggression towards Pakistan. Needless to say that Indian government is already fighting a ‘war’ on another front referred to by the Sikhs across the world as Khalistan movement.