1. Seven Pakistani soldiers killed along Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir: Pakistan TV channels

Seven Pakistani soldiers killed along Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir: Pakistan TV channels

“Seven soldiers embraced shahadat at LoC in Bhimber sector in cross-fire violation by Indian troops late last night. Pakistani troops while responding to Indian unprovoked firing targeted Indian posts effectively,” Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 14, 2016 2:54 PM
pakistani soldiers killed, seven pak soldiers killed, pak soldiers killed in firing, firing kills seven pak soldiers “Seven soldiers embraced shahadat at LoC in Bhimber sector in cross-fire violation by Indian troops late last night.” ISPR said in a statement. (PTI)

Seven Pakistani soldiers have been killed along the Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistani television channels reported on Monday. “Seven soldiers embraced shahadat at LoC in Bhimber sector in cross-fire violation by Indian troops late last night. Pakistani troops while responding to Indian unprovoked firing targeted Indian posts effectively,” Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Monday. The statement said that Pakistani forces responded to “unprovoked” Indian firing and targeted Indian posts effectively, adding that a number of civilians killed.

So far mostly civilian have been killed in the firing on Pakistani side of the LoC. Pakistan Foreign Office last week issued a statement and said that the civilian death toll from alleged Indian shelling has risen to at least 25 in the past few weeks. The news of losses on Pakistani side comes two days after an Indian soldier was martyred in firing by Pakistan in Machhal Sector of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir on November 11. Same day, two LeT terrorists were also reported killed in an encounter with security forces in Watergam area of Baramulla district (J&K). Earlier on Tuesday, the Pakistan Army initiated indiscriminate and unprovoked firing on Indian Army posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Naushera Sector.

Pakistan has increased the number of ceasefire violations in past some time. The unprovoked firing has cost India several valuable lives. An army jawan was martyred in the ceasefire violation by Pakistan on 8th of November. India also retaliated forcefully and three Pakistani army posts were damaged by the Indian Army. Pakistan has indulged in over 100 ceasefire violations after India conducted surgical strike and destroyed several terrorists launchpads. It has attacked Indian posts and even civilian areas along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir since surgical strikes.

 

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