Indian Excessive Commissioner summoned by FO over LOC violations

ISLAMABAD: Ajay Bisaria, the Indian Excessive Commissioner to Pakistan was summoned right now to the Overseas Workplace right now to handle the current Line Of Management violations towards Pakistan from the Indian facet of the border, ARY Information reported on Monday.

Ten personnel of the Pakistan armed forces had been martyred in two separate assaults in Balochistan and North Waziristan tribal area on Saturday.

A Pakistan military officer, Captain Aqib was among the many martyrs. The remainder included Havaldar Khalid, Sepoy Hafeezullah, Sepoy Atif Altaf, Sepoy Nadir, Sepoy Naveed, Sepoy Bachal, Sepoy Babar, Sepoy Ehsan, and Sepoy Ali Raza.

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The primary incident occurred in Gurbaz space of North Waziristan close to Pak-Afghan border when terrorists from throughout the border opened fireplace on troopers who had been on an everyday patrolling.

The second incident happened in Balochistan the place 4 personnel had been martyred when a contingent of Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan troops got here beneath assault by militants throughout a combing and sensitisation operation between Hushab and Turbat.

Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Basic Qamar Jawed Bajwa termed the terrorist assaults “dying efforts of annoyed inimical forces.”

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In a tweet, the Director Basic Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) quoted the military chief as saluting the martyrs and their households.

“We will guarantee defence & safety of motherland at the price of our sweat & blood. These are dying efforts of annoyed inimical forces whereas Pakistan strikes from stability to enduring peace. It’s time for the world to facilitate regional peace” the DG ISPR quoted COAS as having stated.



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