Woman injured in Indian aggression along LoC

Indian forces used small-arms, rockets, heavy mortars and artillery, says ISPR

May 02, 2020

A civilian was seriously injured after Indian troops again resorted to unprovoked aggression along the Line of Control (LoC), said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)

The military's media wing said Indian forces used small-arms, rockets, heavy mortars and artillery in the Hajipir and Sankh sectors.

Due to the act of aggression, a woman in the village of Khwaja Bandi sustained serious injuries and was evacuated to a nearby medical facility for treatment.

Following the incident, Pakistan summoned a senior Indian diplomat to register a ‘strong protest’ over ceasefire violations by Indian troops along the LoC in Hajipir and Sankh sectors on May 1.

On Thursday, at least two civilians and one Pakistani Army soldier were martyred and two others injured as Indian forces violated the ceasefire along the LoC.

In 2020, India has committed 940 ceasefire violations.





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