Pakistan responds befittingly to Indian unprovoked firing along LoC

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Pakistan responds befittingly to Indian unprovoked firing along LoC

ISLAMABAD: After heavy exchange of fire in the night between Friday and Saturday, there remained relative calm along the Line of Control last night with only intermittent fire continuing in Neza Pir, Jandrot and Baghsar Sectors.
According to Inter Services Public Relations, Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian fire targeting Indian posts.
There were no casualties on Pakistan side during last 24 hours.
Pakistan Armed Forces continue state of alert and vigilance.
Pakistan armed forces continue state of alert and vigilance, the statement said.
Earlier in the day, Havaldar Abdul Rabb, who embraced martyrdom in Indian cross-border firing at the Line of Control (LoC) yesterday, was laid to rest with full military honours in Dera Ghazi Khan.
On Saturday, two Pakistani soldiers and two citizens were martyred as Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing along the LoC.
According to ISPR, the Indian forces targeted civilian population in Nakyal Sector along LoC.
“Pakistani forces responded befittingly and targeted Indian posts.”
The Indian Border Security Forces resorted to indiscriminate fire along the LoC yesterday as well soon after Pakistan released the detained Indian pilot through Wagah Border.

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