Indian troops resorted to unprovoked fire along the Line of Control at Satwal sector today deliberately targeting civilian population.
Due to indiscriminate firing, a 45 years old resident of village Madarpur sustained serious injuries.
The injured has been shifted to nearby medical facility for necessary medical care.
Earlier in January, the Indian Army once again violated the cease fire agreement and, targeted the civilian population along the Line of Control (LoC).
According to the Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR), the 21-year-old woman was injured due to Indian firing in the village of Chiri Kot Sector, and the injured woman was shifted to a nearby hospital for medical help.
Earlier, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi reiterated that India was resorting to continuous ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) to divert attention from its internal anarchy.
The statement comes during a consultation meeting of former foreign secretaries in Islamabad.
The members of the meeting discussed the constant curfew, Indian aggression in occupied Kashmir and critical situation of peace and security of the region.
Qureshi said Pakistan was and would continue exposing Indian brutalities in the held valley at every platform.
“The fire which was erupted by the Modi government in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK) on August 5, has now engulfed entire India,” said FM Qureshi.
It is important to mention here that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had withdrawn the special rights granted to IOK. Since then, there was a communication lockdown in the valley amid daily protests.
Commenting on the anti-Muslim citizenship law proposed by the Indian government, he said, “Today, the anti-Muslim and Hindutva-based thought of Modi government has divided entire India.”
Indian authorities stepped up security in major cities on Friday and mobile data services were suspended in some places ahead of protests against a new citizenship law.
At least 25 people were killed in protests across Indian since the law, seen as discriminatory towards Muslims, was adopted on December 11.