Soldier martyred in unprovoked firing by Indian troops

RAWALPINDI: Indian troops have as soon as once more violated the ceasefire line as a Pakistan Military soldier embraced martyrdom in unprovoked firing resorted to alongside Line of Management (LoC) in Baroh and Chirikot sectors, Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) reported on Thursday.

Pakistan Military troops instantly retaliated Indian Military by concentrating on its posts which causes considerably damages and there are reviews of casualties to the Indian troops as properly.

The martyred soldier of Pakistan Military was recognized as Sepoy Naimat Wali, whereas, two girls of Serian Village have additionally sustained wounds following the indiscriminate firing from Indian forces.

Soldier martyred LoC firing
Sepoy Naimat Wali. Picture: ISPR

Earlier on Tuesday, the Indian Deputy Excessive Commissioner (HC) Gaurav Ahluwalia had been summoned on the International Workplace to sentence the unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian forces alongside the Line of Management (LoC).

As per particulars, the Director-Basic South Asia and SAARC, Dr Muhammad Faisal summoned Ahluwalia over latest ceasefire violations and handed over condemnation file to him.

On sixth & seventh of October, an outdated girl Nazira Begum w/o Muhammad Hussain, aged 69 years, resident of village Kakuta embraced Shahadat, whereas three different civilians, residents of village Kakuta sustained severe accidents, as a consequence of indiscriminate and unprovoked firing by Indian Military in Chirikot Sector of LoC.

The Indian aspect was urged to respect the 2003 ceasefire association, instruct the Indian forces to respect the ceasefire, in letter and spirit and preserve peace on the LoC and the Working Boundary. He urged that India ought to allow UNMOGIP to play its mandated position as per the UN Safety Council resolutions.



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