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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…

After Jadhav gesture, Indian army martyrs three Pakistani soldiers on LoC

RAWALPINDI: Hours after Pakistan allowed convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mother and wife to meet him in Islamabad on "humanitarian grounds", three soldiers were martyred in intense cross-border shelling by Indian troops along the Line of Control (LoC) on Monday. The shelling occurred at Rukh Chakri sector in Rawalakot, according to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military's media wing. As a result, three soldiers were martyred while one other sustained injuries. Indian forces resorted to unprovoked…

Pakistan summons Indian envoy to protest ceasefire violations on LoC

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office, after Indian firing along the Line of Control (LoC), on Wednesday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner and lodged a strong protest over unprovoked ceasefire violations. Two women, identified as Sumaira Younis and Maryam, were martyred, while five others, including Muhammed Shakeel, Muhammed Anwar Baig, Muneer Ahmed, Zeeshan, Rafeeque Ahmed, and Nasreen were injured when Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing from across the border on Tuesday. Indian troops resorted to unprovoked…

Federal Cabinet strongly condemns unprovoked firing by Indian security forces on LoC

ISLAMABAD: A meeting of federal cabinet was held in Islamabad on Wednesday with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in the chair. The cabinet strongly condemned unprovoked firing by Indian security forces across Line of Control wounding innocent civilians including women and children. The federal cabinet offered Fateha for the martyrs of Kurram Agency Blast on Sunday and the martyrs of a terrorist attack in Quetta. The cabinet expressed deep appreciation for Finance Minister Ishaq Dar for his extraordinary role in…

Woman killed, two injured in cross-border firing in AJK

RAWALPINDI: A 22-year-old girl was killed while two others sustained critical injuries after Indian forces resorted to firing from across the Line of Control (LoC) without any provocation, according to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). Tosheeba Iqbal died on the spot and her 18-year old sister Aneeqa Iqbal was critically injured after being hit by shrapnel from a mortar shell in Balakot village of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. In a separate incident, Muhammad Liaqat, 16, was wounded in unprovoked cross-border firing by…

Three injured in unprovoked Indian firing at LoC

RAWALPINDI: At least three people were injured when Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir on Thursday morning, ARY News reported. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the army’s media wing, said that Indian troops opened fire at Battal, Jandrot and Hotspring sectors this morning, leaving three civilians injured. Pakistani forces effectively responded to the firing and targeted the security posts of Indian troops involved in the firing, it added. The local police…

Five civilians injured in unprovoked Indian firing at LoC

MUZAFFARABAD: At least five people including two women were injured on Saturday after Indian forces opened unprovoked firing and shelling along the line of control (LoC).  According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Indian forces– without any provocation - fired across the LoC at civilian population in Karela, Kotkoterra, Khuiratta, Sabzkot, Baroh, Tandar, and Khanjar sectors along the LoC early on Saturday morning. The statement further said that Pakistani troops befittingly responded to the Indian firing…

Three Indian soldiers killed in Occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Three Indian soldiers including an officer were killed in an attack on a military camp in India-Occupied Kashmir, ARY News reported   Army spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said the attackers used guns and grenades to target soldiers northwest of Kashmir. However, there was no independent confirmation of the incident and no separatist group has claimed responsibility of the incident. Separately, Indian security forces arrested key separatist leader Asia Andrabi after accusing her of inciting women against Indian…

India hand over two stranded Kashmiri boys to Pakistan

LAHORE: Two Kashmiri boys who were stranded to Indian occupied Kashmir were handed over by the Border Security Force (BSF) to Pakistan Rangers at Wagah border crossing in Lahore on Friday, ARY News reported. Matric students from Muzaffarabad- Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahsan Khursheed- were stranded to Indian held Kashmir. The teenagers had crossed the Line of Control in Kashmir (LoC) by mistake and the Indian security personnel arrested them with claims that the boys from Azad Jammu and Kashmir were involved in the Sept…

India to handover two Kashmiri boys to Pakistan today

ISLAMABAD: India will handover two Kashmiri boys to Pakistan at the Wagah border in Lahore, who were stranded to Indian occupied Kashmir and accused of being involved in an attack on a military base last year. Matric students Faisal Awan and Ahsan will reach Pakistan today. Dr. Ghulam Mustafa, the elder brother of Faisal, has reachced Wagah border crossing to receive his younger brother. He told the media that the investigation proved that the two children were innocent. The teenagers had crossed the Line of Control in…