Five civilians injured in Indian BSF firing along Working Boundary

Punjab Rangers spokesperson says they gave a quick and befitting response to Indian aggression

Web Desk October 25, 2015

Five civilians were injured on Sunday as India’s Border Security Force (BSF) resorted to ‘unprovoked’ firing and shelling on the Working Boundary in Shakargarh sector.

“Punjab Rangers gave a quick and befitting response to the Indian aggression, silencing their guns,” a Punjab Rangers spokesperson told Radio Pakistan.

Civilian hurt in India’s 401st border violation

On Friday, unprovoked cross-border firing from Indian forces injured a civilian in Shakkargarh sector along the Working Boundary. According to the military’s media wing, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) targeted the civilian population near the Working Boundary.

On Thursday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had disclosed in a news briefing that India had violated the ceasefire, agreed in a 2003 arrangement for peace along the Line of Control and Working Boundary, at least 400 times this year.

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India has been continuously violating the ceasefire agreement on the LoC and the Sialkot Working Boundary that divides the disputed regions.

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Priyank Dhyani | 5 years ago | Reply This proves we are basically the same country. Indian BSF said the same and have given a 'befitting' response against your 'befitting' response which was again because of India's 'befitting' response. Partition was a bad idea!
RawIsWar | 5 years ago | Reply India is mobilizing artillery according to reports. Pak should stop playing this dangerous game. This time there is no Clinton to intercede on Pakistan's behalf.
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