Unprovoked Indian firing across LoC martyred old man


Rawalpindi: Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the unprovoked Indian firing at Line of Control (LoC) in Khanjar part martyred 51 year old man.

ISPR revealed about the unprovoked Indian firing occurred today at Khanjar Sector of LoC that martytred one old Pakistani civilian. ISPR said that in continuation of infringement of truce understanding, Indian armed force depended on unjustifiable terminating and focused on non military personnel populace in Khanjar Sector of Line of Control (LOC) today.

They further added that a citizen Guftar Hussain, age 51 years, occupant of town Jhamra, grasped martyrdom because of unjustifiable mortar shelling of Indian troops.

Reacting to this hostility, Pakistan Army posts countered viably and drew in foe posts associated with unjustifiable fire on guiltless non military personnel populace, included the announcement.

Another citizen, Abdur Rauf, Pakistani citizen, was martyred due to LOC firing in Kotkotera Sector on September 4.

On September 5, Pakistan summoned Indian deputy high commissioner as the LOC firing resulted in the martyrdom of one Pakistani citizen. According to forces, Dr Mohammad Faisal summoned Indian envoy. In addition, he also condemned the ceasefire violations by the Indian forces.

Also Read: Pakistan summoned Indian envoy over the civilian death


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