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Indian forces target civilians along Working Boundary

RAWALPINDI: Indian forces on Monday resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violation along the Working Boundary, targeting civilian population with mortars and heavy weapons in Harpal and Charwah Sector. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said: “Indian troops initiated unprovoked cease fire violation along Working Boundary targeting civil population with mortars and heavy weapons in Harpal and Charwah Sector since early morning.” The military's media wing said the Pakistan Rangers Punjab are effectively responding…

3 children, woman killed in cross-border firing by Indian forces

SIALKOT: Four people, three children among them, were killed and 10 others wounded when Indian forces resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations from across the Working Boundary in Sialkot. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said three children and a woman were among those killed in the cross-border firing by Indian forces. The military’s media wing said the Punjab Rangers are befittingly responding to the Indian troops. Meanwhile, Acting Foreign Secretary summoned Indian High Commissioner and condemned the…

Pakistan returns Indian national who inadvertently crossed Working Boundary

LAHORE: An Indian national, Dalwinder Singh, who had inadvertently crossed into Pakistan at village Ballanwala in Kasur, has been returned to Indian Border Security Force by Pakistan Rangers Punjab at Wagah Check Post after due legal process. Dalwainder Singh, 23, had inadvertently crossed into Pakistan in March last year. Dalwinder Singh was thankful to Pakistan security forces for treatment and care meted to him during this period and his return.

India continues to breach ceasefire along Working Boundary

PASRUR: Indian forces on Friday resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations along the Working Boundary for the second consecutive day. According to the assistant commissioner of the Pasrur city, Indian troops resorted to firing in Kundan Pur, Thathi, and other sectors of Sialkot. However, no casualty or injured reported as a result of firing, he added. A day earlier, two women embraced martyrdom and five other civilians including three women sustained gunshot wounds when Indian Border Security Force resorted to…

Two women martyred, five injured in Indian firing along Working Boundary

RAWALPINDI: Two women embraced martyrdom and five other civilians including three women sustained gunshot wounds when Indian Border Security Force resorted to unprovoked firing along working boundary in Sialkot, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Thursday. According to the army’s media wing, the civilians were targeted in an unprovoked cross-border firing in Chaprar sector’s Kundan Pur village of Sialkot city. Punjab Rangers conducted retaliatory firing and responded to neutralize the Indian…

Indian aggression cannot dampen our resolve: Ahsan Iqbal

SIALKOT: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal said on Saturday that India has shown cowardice by attacking the innocent civilians living in the areas along the Working Boundary. Talking to media after inquiring about the health of those injured in Indian unprovoked firing at CMH Sialkot, he severely criticized India for resorting to frequent ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and Working Boundary. He said Indian aggression was aimed at diverting the world attention from Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir and…

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,…

Elderly woman shot dead by Indian forces

LAHORE: The Indian Border Security Force on Saturday handed over the body of a Pakistani elderly woman shot dead while mistakenly trying to cross the Working Boundary. Rashida Bibi was a resident of Palkian sector of Sialkot near the Working Boundary and was also suffering from a mental disorder. On Friday evening, she mistakenly walked towards the border and was shot dead by the BSF. Police officials confirmed that her body was handed over to the Pakistan Rangers on Saturday. Earlier this month Indian forces opened…

Indian troops violate ceasefire along Working Boundary

RAWALPINDI: Indian troops carried out 'unprovoked firing' in Zafarwal sector along th Working Boundary on Monday morning. Pakistan Rangers Punjab effectively responded to the Indian firing at Zafarwal sector of the Working Boundary and silenced the enemy's guns, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. According to the statement, the Indian troops opened fire at Lambarial and Akram Shaheed posts in Zafarwal sector on the Working Boundary but Punjab Rangers with an effective response silenced the…

Indian violations at working boundary, LoC claimed 40 lives in six months: Asif

ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday said at least 40 civilians have died and 138 others injured in Indian ceasefire violations at the working boundary and Line of Control (LoC) since July 2016, ARY News reported. “India has carried out ceasefire violations at the working boundary and LoC for 330 times between July and December last year – including 290 violations at the LoC and 40 at the working boundary,” he said while addressing the Senate in Islamabad. He also admitted that the frequency of the…