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Two children killed in unprovoked Indian firing along LoC: ISPR | Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Two kids have been killed in unprovoked firing by Indian forces alongside Line of Management in Rawalkot and Chirikot Sectors, knowledgeable ISPR.

The Indian forces focused civilians by firing in villages of Kahuta, Chaffar, Serian and Narakot.

The ISPR assertion stated that mortar rounds hit home of a civilian Sakhi Kayani in village Chaffar. Resultantly his two kids have embraced martyrdom.

Pakistan Military posts are successfully participating towards Indian aggression. ISPR stated Indian posts at LOC suffered heavy injury intermittent firing continues, as three Indian troopers have been killed and 5 have been critically injured.

Earlier, Pakistan Military destroyed two Indian posts after a civilian was martyred by Indian firing alongside the LoC) on Monday. The firing additionally injured 4 different civilians within the space, the incident passed off within the Rakhchikri sector.

“Pakistan Military successfully engaged the Indian posts targetting the civilian posts,” added the ISPR.

The Overseas Workplace stated that India has violated the ceasefire settlement 5 instances within the final 12 days, throughout which 11 civilians, together with 5 ladies, have been martyred.

On September 30, unprovoked firing throughout the LOC martyred a junior commissioned officer (JCO) and two civilians.

The incident additionally passed off within the Rakhchikri space of Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir, during which the Indian troops focused civilian inhabitants by means of heavy weapons, the ISPR had stated in an announcement.

On September 27, one civilian embraced martyrdom and 4 others have been wounded after Indian forces resorted to firing within the Nakyal sector of Azad Kashmir.

The Pakistan Military had inflicted casualties and heavy losses on the Indian posts in retaliation.


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