KARACHI: India is confused over who killed their Border Security Force (BSF) soldier in Baramulla area of held Kashmir on Monday, ARY News reported.
India had instantly blamed the attack, on Indian military camp in Baramulla, on Pakistan.
When this question was put before Director General BSF K.K. Sharma, he started stammering. Looking for words, he articulated that Army would be in a better position to give you the clear picture of the incident.
To if any eye-witness account you have who knows from where the fire came in, Sharma said since it was pitch-dark in a moonless night, it was 10:30pm, hence, it is very difficult to say from where the fire came.
When the journalist asked that some newspapers have alleged that it was a friendly fire that came from Indian Army, he said No. There is no truth in this. There was so much running around and there was a lot of confusion at the site.
“Nobody can exactly say that from where the fire came from,” he said.