Indian forces resort to unprovoked firing across LoC again


MUZAFFARABAD: Indian forces once again carried out unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC) at Neza Pir sector late Monday morning, ISPR said.

Pakistani troops are befittingly responding to the Indian unprovoked firing at Neza Pir sector, which started at 11:30 am today, ISPR said.

Exchange of fire continues till last reports.

Indian forces violated the LoC in Iftikharabad earlier today and continued unprovoked firing until 4 am. Pakistan Army befittingly responded to the Indian aggression, said ISPR.

According to sources, Indian forces targeted villages named Natir Mandela and Madarpur in Battal sector.

No loss of life or property has been reported so far.

India has violated the ceasefire agreement thrice in three days, the Foreign Office said in a statement.

On Sunday armed men fired on a military camp in Indian Occupied Kashmir, killing one soldier, Indian media claimed.

One paramilitary officer was also injured during the firing by an unknown number of attackers in Baramulla town, northwest of the Himalayan region’s main city of Srinagar.

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  1. India is a geedar nation and historically this is how they have behaved with us and our forefathers.

    Opportunistic scavenger attacks not frontal attacks. like the geedar they only resort to frontal attacks when they feel their prey is down.

    Therefore when they violate the LoC Pakistan needs to hit them hard very hard.

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