Pakistan moving its Army towards LoC; defensive, offensive formations spotted

| Monday, October 3, 2016 - 13:53
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New Delhi: A detailed report submitted by the Defence Intelligence Agency and Intelligence Bureau to the Ministry of Defence on Monday, hints towards movement from the side of Pakistan. As per sources, Pakistan is moving its army towards the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
The 2.5 page report concentrates mainly on three points:
Pakistan has moved a mammoth size of its armed forces towards the LoC in Pakistan. As per the sources, these formations along the LoC are defensive in nature. It is only at 3 positions where these formations seem to have taken an offensive turn. 
The tanks have been loaded on the rail wagons in Pakistan but the wagons have not moved yet. Pakistan is preparing, but the direction and intensity is still not clear. 
The three locations where Pakistan has formed offensive position are Rajouri, Poonch and Naushera. Apart from these, there are other two locations as well, the names of which are not yet known. 
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