PM AJK meets victims of Indian aggression alongside LoC

MUZAFFARABAD: Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Raja Farooq Haider visited the effecters of indiscriminate cross-border firing and shelling victims residing close by the Line of Management (LoC), ARY Information reported on Sunday.

The ambiance turned charged and other people began chanting and sloganeering in favor of Pakistan upon discovering the PM of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) amongst themselves.

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Individuals residing alongside the working boundary on the alternative aspect of the Line of Management (LoC) stored elevating slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabaad’ throughout the PM’s go to as he met and consoled these injured by the illegal seize hearth violations being undertaken by Indian navy on a constant foundation.

The International Workplace on Saturday (yesterday) summoned the Indian Cost de Affaires, Gaurav Ahluwalia and condemned current unprovoked ceasefire violations by Indian forces alongside the Line of Management (LoC).

In the latest ceasefire violations, the Indian forces fired at civilians in Nikial and Jandrot Sectors of the LoC, because of which a girl, Fatima Bibi, 40, resident of Village Balakot, embraced martyrdom, whereas seven others, together with ladies, sustained critical accidents.

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The FO in an announcement mentioned the Indian occupation forces alongside the LoC and Working Boundary have repeatedly been focusing on civilian populated areas with artillery hearth, heavy-caliber mortars, and computerized weapons, which nonetheless continues.

This unprecedented escalation in ceasefire violations by India is constant from the yr 2017 when the Indian forces dedicated 1,970 ceasefire violations, it added.

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