Any aggression at LoC, working boundary will be fully returned, warns Pak-Army
According to details, the series of LoC violations which started by the Indian forces from October 1, is increasing with every passing day. The ISPR, Pakistan Army’s public relations wing, warned India in strong words that any aggression at the LoC and the working boundary will not be tolerated.
The statement further said that cross-border firing and shelling by the Indian forces will be returned with full force.
Indian forces have recently violated the ceasefire agreement in Rawlakot, where a 70-years-old was injured due to firing in Mori village.
The ISPR said that Pak-Army troops effectively returned unprovoked firing by Indian forces in Rawlakot, subsequently cooling down the Indian artillery.