22-years-old Pakistani soldier martyred in Indian ceasefire violation
SATWAL: A soldier of the Pakistan Army embraced martyrdom as Indian troops committed an unprovoked ceasefire violation in Satwal Sector along the Line of Control (LoC).
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), a 22-year-old soldier named Mukhtiar fought fearlessly and embraced martyrdom. The ISPR stated that the Pakistan army responded effectively to the firing, causing substantial damage to Indian troops in men and material.
Earlier, the Indian Charge d’affaires was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to register Pakistan’s strong protest over ceasefire violations by the Indian occupation forces along the LoC.
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Earlier this month, Indian troops had opened fire in the Chirikot Sector of the LoC and deliberately targeted a United Nations vehicle with two military observers. The UN officers were en route to interact with the victims of ceasefire violation in Polas village in the Chirikot sector.
The UN vehicles were clearly recognisable even from long distances due to their distinct make and type and clearly visible markings. While the vehicle was damaged, the two UNMOs luckily remained unharmed. They were safely rescued and evacuated by Pakistan Army to Rawalakot, the ISPR added.