Three injured in LoC firing

Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian cease fire violations

News Desk February 11, 2018

Indian army initiated unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LOC) on Sunday in Battal, Hot Spring and Khuiratta sectors targeting civil population, the army's media wing confirmed.

Three citizens including 2 women Saba Azad, 24 years and Nagina Aqsad, 36 years were injured the incident.

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Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian ceasefire violations and targeted the posts which initiated unprovoked firing.

Early this month, a citizen embraced martyrdom, while two children were injured when Indian army troops resorted to unprovoked firing in Nezapir, Rawalkot sector.

According to an ISPR statement, Indian troops targeted civil population and Pakistan Army responded effectively to the Indian posts.

Whereas earlier this year, the Pakistan Army befittingly responded to unprovoked firing by the Indian security forces at the Working Boundary (WB), leaving at least one Indian troop dead and two others wounded on Thursday.

According to ISPR, the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) resorted to unprovoked firing and targeted the civilian population in Zafarwal Sector where at least three civilians received serious wounds in the incident.

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The befitting response to the Indian aggression silenced the enemy’s guns, said the ISPR statement.

This was the first incident of ceasefire violation by the Indian troops in 2018.