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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…

Army chief says Pakistan can be kept safe by following Quaid’s vision

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s armed forces on Monday paid a tribute to the father of nation, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, on his 142nd birth anniversary. The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military's media wing said: “Pakistan Armed Forces pay tribute to father of the Nation on his 141st Birthday.” In his message on the occasion, army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa said: “His vision of human values, social justice, equality and fraternity constituted motivation for creation of Pakistan. Following the same we…

Army officer, sepoy martyred in terrorist ambush in North Waziristan

RAWALPINDI: Two Pakistani servicemen, a second lieutenant among them, were martyred when terrorists ambushed their vehicle in a mountainous region of North Waziristan Agency. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military’s media wing, said terrorists opened fire at an army vehicle from surrounding mountains in North Waziristan tribal region. Resultantly, second lieutenant Abdul Moeed and sepoy Basharat embraced martyrdom, it added. The ISPR said 21-year-old Moeed had recently passed out from the Pakistan…

22-year-old army officer martyred in Rajgal valley terrorist attack

RAWALPINDI: A 22-year old army officer was martyred in firing by terrorists on a border post in Rajgal valley, according to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). Terrorists attacked the border post from across the Pak-Afghan border, leaving lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding officer of the post, with fatal injuries, the military's media wing said and added that the army officer died on the spot. The border post was established recently after the Pakistan army successfully carried out an operation in Rajgal…

DG Rangers visits areas affected by Indian firing

SIALKOT: Director General of Pakistan Rangers, Punjab Major General Azhar Naveed Hayat on Friday visited the areas which were affected by the Indian shelling from across the Working Boundary near Sialkot yesterday that left six people dead and over two dozens injured, ARY News reported. Gen. Azhar Naveed Hayat visited Harpal and four other sectors along the Working Boundary and interacted with the troops stationed there, according to a statement of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Speaking on the occasion,…

Gen Bajwa calls for enhanced defence ties between Pakistan, Australia

CANBERRA: Army Chief Gen Bajwa on Wednesday said enhanced defence ties between Pakistan and Australia will help boost bilateral cooperation. The army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who arrived in Australia yesterday on a two-day official visit, said this during his meetings with representatives of Australian civil and military leadership, according to Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR), the military media wing. He visited the Australian Joint Operations and Planning Headquarters and Force Command headquarters.…

COAS meets US General, raises concerns over blame game: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday has raised concerns with visiting Commander Resolute Support Mission (RSM) General Johnn. Nicholson over the blame game perpetrated by some quarters in Afghanistan while the United States (US) undermining Pakistan’s contribution to the war on terror. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement, General Nicholson called on General Bajwa at the General Headquarters (GHQ) here. Expressing concerns during the meeting the COAS said:…

13 terrorists killed, soldier martyred in Operation Khyber-IV

RAWALPINDI: So far 13 terrorists have been killed and a soldier martyred in Operation Khyber-4 launched by the army in the Rajgal Valley of Khyber Agency, citing a statement of ISPR, ARY News reported. Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General had announced launching of Khyber-4 military campaign on July 16 under Operation Radd ul Fassad in the critical area in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) to wipe out terrorists from the region. According to the ISPR, Operation Khyber-4 is moving ahead …

Four Indian soldiers killed, two posts destroyed along LoC, ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Responding to unprovoked intense shelling by Indian troops from across the Line of Control (LoC) that killed five civilians in Jammu and Kashmir region on July 08, Pakistani forces claimed to have destroyed two of Indian army posts and killed four Indian soldiers. According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the army, "On the death anniversary of Kashmiri hero Burhan Wani on July 8, when Kashmiris all over the world were protesting against Indian atrocities, Indian army initiated…

Sacrifices of Burhan Wani, other Kashmiris testimony of their resolve, says COAS

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Jawed Bajwa said on Saturday that Kashmiris have right to self-determination and their sacrifices, including those of Burhan Wani's, against brutalities committed by India reflect their resolve. In a tweet, Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor quoted the army chief as saying, "Kashmiris have right to self determination. Sacrifices of Burhan Wani and generations against Indian atrocities are testimony of their resolve." "Kashmiris hv rt of self determination.Sacrifices of #BurhanWani &…