Rockets fired inside Pakistani territory from Afghanistan: ISPR

Security forces returned the fire in same direction; no loss of life reported


Web Desk November 15, 2015
According to the ISPR, security forces returned the fire in the direction; no loss of life reported. STOCK IMAGE

Rockets were fired on Sunday inside Pakistani territory from the Afghan side in the second such incident in two weeks.

According to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), five rockets fired from the neighbouring border fell near the Pak-Afghan gate in Angore Adda, South Waziristan.

No loss of life was reported in the incident while security forces fired in the same direction, the ISPR added.

Cross-border Afghan fire kills 7 FC troops

This was the fourth incident of cross-border fire from Afghanistan within a couple of weeks as on October 25, four Pakistani soldiers were killed when militants fired rockets from across the border in Khyber Agency.

Mortar shells fired from Afghanistan land in Kurram Agency

Two days later, another seven soldiers were killed when border post came under attack from the Afghan side of the Durand Line in South Waziristan Agency.

COMMENTS (2)

Shahdab | 6 years ago | Reply We are in halate jung it seems. Everyone attacking us at the same time.
ajeet | 6 years ago | Reply Looks like everyone is having strategic depth inside Pakistan, including USA,China,Afghanistan,India and Iran.
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