Indian, Pakistani soldiers trade fresh fire across LoC
Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control on Tuesday. This marks the fourth time Indian forces have violated the ceasefire along the LoC in two days.
â€œExchange of fire started at 0400 in the morning and continued till 0600 hours,â€ informed ISPR. â€œPakistani troops mounted a fitting responseÂ to Indian firing in Baghsar, Broh and Khanjar areas in Bhimber sector.â€
Earlier on Monday, both sidesÂ traded fireÂ across the Line of Control (LoC) in the Istikharabad sector. According to the militaryâ€™s media wing Pakistan Army gave a befitting response to theÂ Indian side.
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â€œPakistani troops are befittingly responding to Indian unprovoked firing, at Nezapir sector, which started at 1130 hrs,â€ ISPR said.
Two Pakistan Army soldiers were killed on Thursday as Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Bhimber, Kel and Lipa sectors.
According to the ISPR, exchange of fire took place in the Bhimber, Hot Spring, Kel and Lipa sectors, and lasted about six hours early on Thursday, the Pakistani militaryâ€™s press wing said in a statement, adding Pakistani troops mounted a fitting response to unprovoked Indian firing.
Two Pakistani soldiers killed as India violates ceasefire along LoC
India claimed to have conducted surgical strikes along the LoC. â€œIndiaâ€™s claims of surgical strikes are baseless,â€ DG ISPR Asim Bajwa said in a statement. â€œThere has been no surgical strike by India, instead there had been cross border fire initiated and conducted by India.â€
The militaryâ€™s media wing added, â€œAs per rules of engagement same was strongly and befittingly responded by Pakistani troopsâ€.
The two nuclear-armed rivals declared a ceasefire in 2003, to maintain peace and tranquility along the LoC and Working Boundary.
source Express tribune news