India resorts to unprovoked shelling on LoC

ISPR says Pakistani troops befittingly responded to Indian shelling and firing

Web Desk July 31, 2015

India's Border Security Force (BSF) once again resorted to ‘unprovoked’ firing at the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday night.

“Indian troops resorted to unprovoked heavy weapons and small arms firing on the Line of Control in Battal sector last evening,” Radio Pakistan reported, quoting the ISPR.

According to ISPR, Pakistani troops befittingly responded to Indian shelling and firing.

Read: Ceasefire violations: Man injured by Indian firing dies

Earlier this week, a civilian was critically injured as a result of unprovoked firing by Indian forces on LoC in the Chirikot sector. He later succumbed to his injuries at the Combined Military Hospital.

Read: Unprovoked firing: Amid tensions, corps commander visits LoC

Both sides have exchanged gunfire this month with four people killed on the Pakistani side by the Indian border security force. Five more have been left injured by the attacks from across the border.


Pankaj | 8 years ago | Reply There is no control over army in Pakistan by elected government. Such provocation by Pak army is harming Pakistan big time.
Parvez | 8 years ago | Reply Didn't these guys see the Salman Khan movie ?
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