Indian armed forces intentionally targeted civilian population, ISPR stated.
According to ISPR, India’s continuous ceasefire violations across the Line of Control today, has killed 45 year old Abdul Jalil and three year old Nousheen.
Three civilians, who sustained injuries in Indian shelling, were moved to the hospital.
According to the District Adminstration, Indian army targeted Helmet, Taobat, Nakro and nearby villages of Neelum valley.
Pando and Lepa sector of Jhelum valley were also targeted in the shelling.
Indian shelling burnt three houses at Line of Control, as per the reports.
Nousheen bibi Dukhtar Ramzan Sakna Tandwas and Abdul Jalil Shah Wald Mohammad Shah are among those who lost their lives in Indian ceasefire violations today.
Whereas, Ashfaq Lon, Hajra Bibi, Begum jaan, Abdul Rehman Lon and Mohammad Asad Ullah Sakna Helmet are among those who sustained injuries.
Pakistan Armed forces dished out an immediate response for the violation, targeting Indian soldiers, bases, and checkpoints.
India continuing with the aggressive posture at Line of Control has taken several lives in the valley.
Last week, three civilians were martyred as Indian forces opened fires at Line of Control (LoC).
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the firing incident occurred at Tatta Pani Sector in which a 7 year old boy was killed including two others.
The Pak Army retaliation killed seven of the Indian forces, including an officer and six soldiers.
Moreover, the Pakistan Army destroyed two terrorist bunkers as well.
Indian border forces have intensified firing along the LoC to divert attention from Kashmir issue.
Many civilians and army personnel have lost their lives due CFVs by Indian forces along the LoC.
Foreign Office also summoned Indian deputy high commissioner and protested over killing of the 7 year old Saddam in firing along the LoC.
Saddam was injured during Indian firing along LoC and succumbed to death yesterday.
Spokesperson Foreign Office Dr Faisal said that Indian forces are targeting civilians along the LoC.