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Four civilians martyred, seven injured in Indian firing at LoC

MUZAFFARABAD: At least four civilians including a child were martyred in unprovoked Indian forces firing along the Line of Control, ARY News reported. Pakistani troops at forward positions on LoC effectively responded to the Indian aggression. Four persons including three women and a child were martyred and 11 other civilians were injured and transferred to hospitals, sources said. Indian troops targeted civilian population along different sectors of the LoC, sources said. The enemy forces resorted to shelling on…

Pakistan Rangers demand flag meeting against Indian firing on civilian

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Rangers have demanded a flag meeting to protest against unprovoked Indian firing on innocent civilian and ceasefire violation along the Working Boundary. A civilian Muhammad Hanif, while farming in the fields, got seriously injured because of unprovoked firing by Indian Border Security Forces at village Sukhial in Sialkot sector on Thursday, media wing of armed forces, the Inter Services Public Relations said. The injured civilian was whisked to Combined Military Hospital Sialkot, the ISPR said.…

NA condemns unprovoked Indian firing at LoC, WB

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly on Thursday passed a resolution condemning the recent acts of unprovoked firing by Indian troops at the Line of Control (LoC) and the Working Boundary (WB) which resulted in the martyrdom of a number of people. The resolution moved by Suriya Asghar also asked the government to extend necessary assistance to the victim families. The house also passed a resolution expressing its deep dismay over the shooting incident at Santa Fe, Texas in the United States which claimed the lives of ten…

Youth killed in cross-border firing by Indian forces: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: A 19-year-old boy embraced martyrdom in cross-border firing by Indian forces along the Line of Control (LoC), the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Friday. The military’s media wing said Indian army continues to terrorize civilian population along the LoC. “An innocent young boy Inzamam s/o M Amin aged 19 embraced shahadat due to Indian unprovoked and targeted firing ,” it said. “Shaheed Inzamam, resident of village Tetrinote, was carrying out routine work at a crush plant at…

LoC firing martyr Usman Arshad’s funeral prayers offered in Dunyapur

ISLAMABAD: Funeral prayers of Pakistan Army soldier, Usman Arshad who embraced martyrdom in cross-border shelling by Indian forces along the Line of Control (LoC), have been performed on Wednesday in his native village of Dunyapur's Chak 360. A large number of people including martyr's relatives, colleagues and military officials attended the last rites. Pak Army personnel presented Guard of Honour to the martyred soldier. The martyred sepoy had joined Pakistan Army’s Baloch Regiment three years back. “Usman’s…

Two citizens martyred, six injured in unprovoked Indian firing

RAWALPINDI: Two Pakistani citizens were martyred and six others injured because of unprovoked Indian firing along the restive Line of Control (LoC), ARY News reported. The military's media wing, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Indian troops on Tuesday resorted to unprovoked firing with artillery, heavy mortars and automatic weapons along LoC targeting innocent civil population of villages Naukot and Qaiser Kot in Lipa Valley. As a result of the cross border firing, Sumaira Younis and Maryam were martyred, while…