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Two injured in unprovoked Indian firing at LoC

RAWALPINDI: At least two people were injured when unprovoked indian firing from across the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday morning, ARY News reported. According to the ISPR, the Pakistan army's media wing, Indian troops opened fire at Nezapir sector along the LoC, injuring two civilians. “The Pakistan forces effectively responded to Indian firing.” Earlier, the United Nations had expressed its concern over escalating tensions along the LoC with UN Secretary General Antonio Guetteres’ spokesperson saying, “ the…

Indian forces open fire along LoC once again, get befitting response

SIALKOT: Indian border security forces once again violated the Line of Control ceasefire and opened unprovoked firing along the border, however no casualties were reported. Pakistan Rangers befittingly responded, forcing the Indian guns to fall silent. The Indian forces resorted to firing after midnight near Iftikharabad sector. In the last few days, India has violated the ceasefire in several sectors along LoC. On Saturday, Indian border forces opened unprovoked fire targeting civilian population at Chhamb sector of the…