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Indian Army troops’ unprovoked firing claims civilian’s life

RAWALPINDI: The Indian Army has once again violated the ceasefire agreement by firing across the Line of Control (LoC).

The Indian army indiscriminately on the Rakh Chakri and Khanjar sectors and targeted the population, injured three people, including two women. According to ISPR, a civilian was also martyred by the firing of the Indian Army. The Indian Army used mortar shells and rockets.

In retaliation, the Pakistani army targeted Indian outposts, inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy. Earlier also, the Indian Army had targeted the local population in Rakh Chakri and Neza Pir sector.

Pakistan had summoned a senior Indian diplomat to the Foreign Office and sent a letter of protest. So far this year, the Indian Army has violated the ceasefire agreement 2,580 times.

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So far 19 civilians have been martyred and 199 injured in the firing of the Indian Army. The foreign office said that India could not divert the world’s attention from the situation in occupied Kashmir by firing on the LOC.

India’s successive provocations are a threat to peace and security in the region. With these moves, India wants to divert the world’s attention from the situation in occupied Kashmir.