The spokesperson of military's media wing confirmed that one FC soldier was martyred in the cross-border firing from Afghanistan side and two others were injured.
Cross Border Firing
The injured were rushed to a nearby hospital.
At least six Pak Army soldiers among eleven wounded in firing by Afghan forces yesterday.
Pakistan on Tuesday summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia at the Foreign Office and registered a strong protest over recent unprovoked ceasefire violation by Indian forces from across the Line of Control (LoC) and killing of a seven-year-old boy, Saddam, in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
RAWALPINDI: In the latest incident of cross-border firing, two people, including a six-year-old girl, were injured when Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing from across the border at the restive Line of Control (LoC). The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military’s media wing, said Indian forces targeted urban population near Rawla Poonch Crossing point, which resulted in injuries to six-year-old, Aeqa and 45-year old Ramzan. It said the Pakistan military responded befittingly, silencing the Indian…
RAWALPINDI: A soldier of Pakistan Army was martyred on Tuesday in firing of terrorists from across the border on Pakistani Border post in recently cleared area around Mustil Pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal valley, Khyber Agency. Namaz-e-Janaza of Naib Subedar Azher Ali was offered at Peshawar Garrison. Body of the martyred will be taken to his native town where he would be laid to rest with full military honour. Read More: Arsalan Alam laid to rest with full military honours This should be noted…
RAWALPINDI: At least seven Pakistani soldiers were killed on Sunday night during cross-border firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in the disputed Kashmir region, where tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours have surged in recent months. "Seven soldiers embraced Shahadat (martyrdom) at the LoC in the Bhimber sector in cross-fire LoC violation by Indian troops late last night," the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Monday. "Pakistani troops while responding to Indian unprovoked…
ISLAMABAD: Expressing deep grief and sorrow over the martyrdom of Pakistani soldiers in the latest cross-border violation along the Line of Control (LoC) by Indian forces, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif warned India that Pakistan was fully capable of defending our soil against any aggression. “We are fully capable of defending our soil against any aggression. The Indian Forces have resorted to escalating tension on LoC only to detract the world’s attention from the grave human rights situation in the Indian Occupied Kashmir…
WASHINGTON: Mark C. Toner, Deputy Spokesperson of the US Department of State, has suggested that continued communication between civil and military leaderships of Pakistan and India was important to reduce tensions.
SIALKOT: Cross border firing reported again on Thursday at the Working Boundary in Phulkian sector of Sialkot a day after hotline contact between DGMOs of Pakistan and India, ARY News reported.