Five rockets were fired from Afghanistan side towards Pak-Afghan Gate at Angor Adda in South Waziristan, however, no loss of life or property was reported on Sunday.
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of Pakistan army, the rockets were fired at 1430 hours.
Rockets landed in near vicinity of Pak-Afghan Gate inside Pakistan territory.
Pakistani security forces also fired in the direction from which rockets were fired.
Pakistan to keep supporting Afghan peace process: DG ISPR
Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Asim Saleem Bajwa has said Pakistan will continue supporting peace efforts in Afghanistan with utmost sincerity.
Briefing the media in Washington on Sunday, he said Pakistan has always extended full support in establishing peace in Afghanistan, according to Radio Pakistan.
He said, ‘we have already told that terrorists could flee to Afghanistan to avoid operation Zarb-e-Azb’.
Asim Bajwa stressed the need for strict surveillance along the border to avoid terrorists’ escape.
He said Army Chief General Raheel Sharif’s visit to the United States has great importance in the changing environment.
The DG ISPR urged Afghanistan to take effective measures to prevent terrorists from fleeing.
He said Army Chief will hold meetings with civil and military leadership of the United States.
Lt Gen Bajwa further said regional security and stability will be discussed during the visit.