Indian army's indiscriminate firing from across LoC

6 civilians killed, several injured by Indian army’s indiscriminate firing from across LoC

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Officials told that at least six civilians and a Pakistani soldier were killed by the indiscriminate firing of the Indian army on the control line of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on Sunday.

The authorities told that another nine civilians were injured and added that this is the largest number of deaths ever happened in a single day in 2019 from across the control line.

ISPR told that nine Indian soldiers were killed, some were injured and two Indian bunkers were also destroyed in response to India’s violations of the ceasefire in Shahkot, Jura and Nauseri areas.

 

“Indian Army shall always get a befitting response to CFVs. Pakistan Army shall protect innocent civilians along LOC [and] inflict unbearable cost to the Indian Army. Indian lies to justify their false claims [and] preparations for a false flag operation will continue to be exposed with the truth.”, DG ISPR said.

“Indian Army struggling to pick dead bodies and evacuate injured soldiers. Indian Army raising the white flag. This they should think before initiating unprovoked CFVs and respect military norms by avoiding to target innocent civilians.”, he added.

Earlier today, Raja Farooq Haider, the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir also took to twitter and said, “Indian forces in occupied Kashmir have gone berserk. In overnight ruthless shelling, they have martyred 6 civilians n wounded another 8 in Muzaffarabad n Neelum districts. This is the height of savagery. The world must not stay silent over it. #KashmirNeedsAttention”

The most affected areas were the Nauseri sector in the Muzaffarabad district and the Jura sector in the neighboring Neelum Valley.

Badar Munir, the Deputy Commissioner of Muzaffarabad told, “The shelling began before midnight and it was the heaviest [so far]. They [Indian troops] used field artillery and mortars and targeted civilian populations.”

Four days back, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa also visited the Line of Control for a brief examination of the security situation there.

 

 

 

 

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