Indian Army pays tributes to fallen soldiers in J&K

Indian army officers paid tributes to the soldiers who lost their lives fighting terrorists in Kashmir valley on Tuesday.

Gurinder Kaur, the mother of Indian Army soldier Paramjeet Singh cries over his coffin during his funeral at Vein Pein village, some 45 kms from Amritsar on May 2, 2017. The Indian army accused Pakistan of killing two of its soldiers and mutilating their bodies in an "unprovoked" rocket and mortar attack along the tense border which separates the two countries. (AFP)

Relatives of Indian army soldier Paramjeet Singh and onlookers stand near Singh's funeral pyre in Vein Pein village, some 45 kms from Amritsar, on May 2,2017. The Indian army accused Pakistan of killing two of its soldiers and mutilating their bodies in an "unprovoked" rocket and mortar attack along the tense border which sEparates the two countries. (AFP)

Indian Army officers pay their respects during a ceremony for two soldiers killed on the Line of Control in Krishna Ghati in Poonch, some 220kms from Jammu on May 2, 2017. The Indian army accused Pakistan of killing two of its soldiers and mutilating their bodies in an "unprovoked" rocket and mortar attack along the tense border which separates the two countries. (AFP)

Indian Army personnel carry the coffin of Indian Army soldier Paramjeet Singh ahead of his funeral at Vein Pein village, some 45kms from Amritsar on May 2, 2017. The Indian army accused Pakistan of killing two of its soldiers and mutilating their bodies in an "unprovoked" rocket and mortar attack along the tense border which separates the two countries. (AFP)

Indian Army and Punjab Police personnel and relatives carry the coffin of Indian Army soldier Paramjeet Singh ahead of his funeral at Vein Pein village, some 45kms from Amritsar on May 2, 2017. The Indian army accused Pakistan of killing two of its soldiers and mutilating their bodies in an "unprovoked" rocket and mortar attack along the tense border which separates the two countries. (AFP)