Pakistan Military responds cross-LoC firing, kills 9 Indian troopers

RAWALPINDI: A minimum of 9 Indian troopers killed and two bunkers destroyed by Pakistan Military in retaliation to unprovoked firing that focused civilians close to the Line of Management (LoC), Director-Normal Inter-Providers Public Relations (DG-ISPR) stated in a press release on Sunday.

Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing in violation of ceasefire line to intentionally focusing on civillians in Jura, Shahkot and Nousehri Sectors, DG-ISPR stated in a tweet.

In response to the provocation, Pakistan navy troops successfully responded, leaving 9 Indian troopers killed and several other injured, whereas, two bunkers have been additionally destroyed.

Through the alternate of fireplace, one Pakistani soldier and three civilians have been martyred, whereas, two troopers and 5 civilians wounded, stated DG-ISPR.

Earlier, two kids amongst three members of a household have been martyred and 7 others injured in unprovoked Indian shelling from throughout the restive Line of Management (LoC) on October 15.

Speaking to journalists, Kahuta’s superintendent of police (SP) stated that Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing in Rawalakot sector throughout the LoC and resultantly three members of a household have been martyred and 7 others obtained severe accidents. He stated that the rescue officers shifted the our bodies and the injured to the hospital.

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The police officer stated that the household was killed after a mortar shell, fired by Indian troops, hit their home situated in Naza Pir sector space of Rawalakot.

The deceased have been recognized as Ghulam Muhammad, Haider, 10 and Maryam, 11, whereas Amna bibi, Safeena bibi, Naseeb Jan and different have been injured.

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