Pakistan Army Soldier was martyred by India’s unprovoked firing along Line of Control (LOC).
According to a statement issued by the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian Army violated the ceasefire in the Bedori sector of the LoC and targeted military posts and the civilian population.
The statement said that the Pakistan Army responded to the Indian provocation in a full and effective manner, which resulted in heavy loss to India.
ISPR said that 39-year-old Hawaldar Liaqat of Chakwal district was martyred in an exchange of fire along Line of Control (LOC).
It should be noted that India’s war frenzy is not diminishing in any way.
Incidents of unprovoked firing on the Line of Control by India are on the rise and unprovoked firing is being carried out on various sectors of the LoC in Azad Kashmir on a daily basis.
Every day, a senior Indian diplomat stationed in Pakistan is summoned to the Foreign Office to protest against these incidents.
On August 5, a young girl was killed and six others were injured in unprovoked firing by India on the Line of Control.
The ISPR said in a statement that the Indian Army violated the ceasefire on the LoC without provocation and targeted the civilian population in the hot water sector.
The Indian Army has violated the ceasefire more than 1,870 times this year, killing more than 15 people, including six women and five children.
More than 140 people, including women and children, were injured as a result of these ceasefire violations.