Four civilians killed in Indian troops shelling across LoC

Indian troops' unprovoked firing along LoC injures one civilian

RAWALPINDI: At least four Pakistani civilians were martyred and four other sustained injuries in Indian forces shelling across the Line of Control (LoC) here on Wednesday, said ISPR.
India violated the ceasefire agreement between both countries yet again when it started shelling across the Line of Control, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Indian shelling targeted a vehicle which caused the martyrdom of four Pakistani civilians at Neelum Valley.
Pakistani troops responded to the Indian aggression and both sides are currently trading fire across the Line of Control. Indian border security forces targeted Bagh, Shahkot, Jora, Battal, Karela, Baghsar and Tatta Pani sectors.
India has resorted to violating the ceasefire agreement across the LoC since several months now, escalating tensions between both nuclear-armed nations. On Sunday, Pakistan handed over a dossier that contained evidence of Indian violations across the Line of Control to the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan, who met with the senior Pakistani leadership at the General Headquarters.
India had claimed yesterday that Pakistan’s security forces were involved in the killing of three Indian soldiers, mutilating one of them. Pakistan’s Foreign Office had denied the allegations and claimed that it was India who was constantly violating the ceasefire agreement across the LoC.


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