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Four Indian soldiers killed in shootout with Mujahideen: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Four Indian soldiers were killed during a shootout with freedom fighters (mujahideen) in occupied Kashmir on Friday.

According to a statement issued by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian Army clashed with Mujahideen in occupied Kashmir on the other side of the Neelum Valley in occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The clash took place on the night of November 7.

According to ISPR, four Indian soldiers were killed in the face off. Instead of looking inward and resolving the issue, the Indian Army resorted to firing indiscriminately across the Line of Control on November 13.

Artillery and heavy weaponry were used by the enemy to target several sectors along the LoC, ISPR said. In its deliberate unprovoked firing, the Indian Army showed complete disregard for human rights and international law and martyred four civilians while 12 others got injured.

According to ISPR, the Pakistan Army effectively targeted Indian posts in response and dealt with heavy casualties to the Indian Army. This loss has been acknowledged by the Indian media itself. One Pakistani soldier embraced martyrdom and five others were injured in this heroic retort, ISPR said.

Pakistan is a peaceful country and Pakistan Army adheres to the same principle, it will defend its own and the Kashmiri people until its very last breath, the statement said.


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