Spike In Ceasefire Violations Along The LoC

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Despite all claims of the central government, the situation in the Kashmir Valley and along the Line of Control (LoC) remains tense. This year, a record increase has been registered in cases of ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir, along the LoC.

The situation is very turbulent in Jammu and Kashmir, along the LoC. According to the latest figures released by the Army, this year, till October 10, 2,317 cases of ceasefire violations have been registered.

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In these shootings, soldiers, common people and animals have been killed. On Friday evening, an Indian soldier named Subhash Thapa died in the Naushera Sector. 

According to the Army, there has been an increase in the cases of ceasefire violations after the abrogation of Article 370. In the last 15 years, this is the first time that cases of ceasefire violations have been registered in such large numbers on the LoC along the Kashmir Valley.

There has been a significant increase in such cases during the tenure of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Figures state that in the year 2009, 28 cases, in 2010, 44 cases, in 2011, 114 cases and in 2013, 347 cases of ceasefire violations were registered. However, in May 2014, after the BJP came to power, this figure increased to 583. 

After this, in 2015, 405 cases and in 2016, 449 cases of ceasefire violations were registered. In 2017, they increased to 971 cases. In 2018, this figure reached 2,936 cases and this year, till October 10, 2,317 cases of ceasefire violations have come to light. 

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