Soldier martyred in firing along Pak -Afghan border says ISPR

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

22nd Sep, 2020. 01:04 pm
Pakistan Army Soldier

Pakistan Army Soldier has embraced shahadat due to the firing along the Pak Afghan border.

According to the media wing of Pakistan Army Inter-Services Public  Relations (ISPR), fire from across the border in the Bajur sector, on Pakistan Army Post along with Pak – Afg Border, late last night martyred Pakistan Army Soldier Sepoy Sabir Shah, age 24.

The post, located in the Bajur sector of the international border, came under fire from Afghan territory, resulting in the martyrdom of Sepoy Sabir Shah.

Pakistan has been consistently raising the issue for border management on the other side to avoid the use of Afghanistan soil against Pakistan.

Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar said in a tweet earlier that the unfortunate rise in violent incidents on both sides of the Pak-Afghan border is meant to “derail Afghanistan peace process”.

“Pakistan earnestly believes that both countries deserve peace and progress. Together we will defeat all spoilers,”

On August 6, one soldier was martyred by firing with heavy weapons on the Pak-Afghan border.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), heavy weapons were fired from across the border in the Bin Shahi area of ​​the Pak-Afghan border in Dir, killing one FC soldier and injuring two others.

Earlier in December 2019, a soldier martyred and four other injured in a landmine explosion near Landi Kotal along the Pak-Afghan border.

According to the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), a landmine exploded along the Pak-Afghan border, killing one soldier and injuring 4 others.

DG ISPR says an explosion on the Pak-Afghan border occurred during fencing on the Pak-Afghan border.

The martyred soldier was identified as Lance Naik Taqdeer Ali.

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