外文标题：Pakistan may continue border firing till Diwali
NEW DELHI: After a brief lull, Pakistan violated ceasefire yet again on Saturday, drawing a prompt retaliation from Indian troops. Many in the security establishment suspect such violations would continue at least until Diwali later this month.
According to sources, the two sides exchanged gunfire in some parts of Poonch. After nine days of ceasefire violations, guns had fallen silent since Thursday night and remained so through Friday. However, firing resumed on Saturday morning during which a dozen border posts in poonch were targeted, sources said. The two sides have been exchanging small fire.
Sources in the security establishment suspect that the intermittent firing would carry on at least until Diwali, which falls on October 23. It is a bizarre trend for ceasefire violations to intensify around Eid and carry on until Diwali, and has been seen in most years in recent times.
WHY THEY ARE CELEBRATING DIWALI THIS WAY? HURTING PEOPLE?
Failed state bhikari
Why they fire from Eid to Diwali every year...? There must be some specific reason & should be resolved. Anyway, they will continue these as per their attitude & cheap mentality. None from the world body, ever comments, they are mare spectators.
Prafulla Ranjan (Unknown)
India need to share with Israel and finish Pakistan for Good.
kill Pakistan people... there should be peace in India
sundaram thiagarajan (Unknown)
WE celebrate with harmless crackers but these mindless Pakis play with human lives. Truly a terrorist State.
ahmedddja (delhi, lasminagar)
Paki media and army blaming India for braking ceasefire and shelling while we are blaming them...
Probably they are envious of our Grand Diwali. They don't have any festivals like ours to celebrate. Let them enjoy firing these crackers! Poor Pak.
Jay K (Canada)
Is Pakistan celebrating Diwali along with Indians?
rajan loknathan ()
So no need to purchase Divali crackers?