South Western Command boss Lt Gen. Love Mathson said Saturday the Army work force hauled assemblages of aggressors as opposed to lifting them up as they could be booby-caught.
The remark comes after a video of armed force men hauling a dead Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) activist by binds fastened to his legs in Jammu and Kashmir surfaced, activating allegations of human rights infringement.
This took after an experience in which three activists were killed and 12 security work force harmed in the state’s Reasi locale on Thursday.
“Aggressors tie IEDs ( extemporized unstable gadgets) and projectiles around their bodies and there is a risk to armed force men in the event that they get the body. It is a bore of the armed force to drag the body with ropes to spare themselves from initiated IEDs or different explosives,” Mathson said on the sidelines of a question and answer session on Haifa Day festivities.