Two Pakistani soldiers martyred in Indian forces’ unprovoked firing at LoC


RAWALPINDI – To further escalate the tensions between Pakistan and India, the Indian forces on Thursday violated the ceasefire agreement along the Line of Control (LoC) by opening unprovoked fire at different Pakistani sectors.

Two Pakistani soldiers embraced martyrdom in the firing incidents, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) reported.

Indian forces targeted Bhimber, Hotspring, Kel, and Lipa sectors at 02:30 am and the exchange of fire continued till 08:00 am.

The ISPR further stated that Pakistani troops befittingly responded to the Indian aggression.

The clash erupted amid hightened tensions between the two South Asian neighbours, after suspected rebels killed 17 Indian soldiers in Uri town of Baramullah district in Indian Occupied Kashmir on September 18.

Since then, India has been conspiring to put pressure on Pakistan through different tactics.

A key South Asian summit was in doubt on Wednesday after India and three other countries pulled out.

Pakistan denies any involvement in the September 18 attack but India’s army has blamed Jaish-e-Mohammad, a Pakistan-based militant group that was also implicated in an audacious assault on an Indianair force base in the northern town of Pathankot in January.

India and Pakistan have fought three wars since partition in 1947, two of them over Kashmir, where the two countries regularly exchange fire across the disputed border.

At the last SAARC summit in 2014 a newly-elected Modi shook hands with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, raising hopes of warmer ties.

Just over a year later Modi made a surprise Christmas Day visit to Pakistan for a meeting with Sharif.

But those hopes were dashed by the Pathankot attack in which seven Indian soldiers died, and peace talks have been on ice ever since.

Pakistan has also repeatedly accused India of interference in Balochistan province, which borders Iran and Afghanistan and is afflicted by militancy and a separatist insurgency.


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  1. Indian army is a geedar army only capable of scavenger attacks.

    I hate it when ISPR respond with ” We gave befitting response”. No you are wrong ISPR. The life of Pakistani Afwaj is precious to us all as is the life of every Kashmiri obviously on both sides.

    Pakistan Army MUST treat Indian beligerance as hostile and not treat it as BAU.

    Therefore you MUST fortify your outposts and ensure civilian movement and personnel movement are shielded from Indian terror.

    Furthermore a fitting response would be if you blow up their out posts and bunkers and kill their soldiers in retaliation. Until you do not see the barbaric Indian army hurting, wounded or bodies piling up following a Pakistani retaliation to Indian aggression your only going to embolden the Indians.

    These are bollywood junkies they love hysteria and propaganda and being a soldier is akin to a romantic figure in their movies.

    The ordinary Indian soldiers will run in the event of a frontal war or heavy response from Pakistan.

    Further more India trains their snipers for this purpose where as Pakistan Army is more find and hunt. Pakistan Army must set up better fortified outposts and pay more emphasis on sharp shooters.

    We want Revenge not a befitting response.

    I also encourage all brothers and sisters to Google Samrah Gilani who has put together a petition against India to declare it a terror state.

    Please search for her and share it.

  2. ISPR – you need to refute this with the Western Media.
    Indian lies are being echoed across Western Media channels.

    I suggest ISPR holds a press conference and invites foreign media to explain directly to them.

    I am shocked at how cowardice Indians are, bare face liars.

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