In response to “unprovoked Indian firing from throughout the Line of Management (LoC) that killed five civilians” on Saturday, Pakistan Military on Sunday destroyed two Indian military posts and killed 4 troopers, its media wing stated.
“Pakistan Military befittingly responded on July 9, inflicting substantial losses to males and materials. Two Indian Military posts firing on harmless civilians have been destroyed, 4 Indian troopers killed,” learn a press release issued by Inter-Providers Public Relations, the media wing of Pakistan Military.
The Military additionally reiterated its resolve to “shield [the] civil inhabitants towards unprovoked Indian aggression” at any value.
The ISPR additionally launched a video purporting to point out the 2 Indian military posts being destroyed.
On Saturday, July eight, the first death anniversary of famed Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani, Indian troops had resorted to heavy shelling in several areas of Azad Jammu and Kashmir from throughout the LoC. No less than 5 civilians, 4 of them ladies, have been reported killed and 10 others injured within the shelling incidents, the very best demise toll in a single day in lots of months of cross-border violence.
In accordance with officers on the State Catastrophe Administration Authority, the newest casualties pushed the variety of these killed in AJK in Indian shelling in the course of the ongoing yr to 18 and people injured to over a hundred and five.
Subsequently, the Overseas Workplace (FO) had summoned Indian Deputy Excessive Commissioner JP Singh to lodge a protest against the “unprovoked” ceasefire violation.
The FO’s Director Common (South Asia and Saarc), Dr Muhammad Faisal, lodged the protest.
“The deliberate concentrating on of civilians is deplorable and opposite to human dignity and worldwide human rights and humanitarian legal guidelines,” Faisal stated.
He urged India to respect the 2003 ceasefire settlement, to research this and different incidents of ceasefire violations, to instruct Indian forces to respect the settlement, and to take care of peace on LoC.
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