Two citizens martyred in Indian unprovoked firing in Nekrun sector along LoC
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Two citizens were martyred when Indian Army resorted to unprovoked firing in Nekrun Sector along the Line of Control (LoC) deliberately targeting the civil population, said a press release issued by the ISPR on Tuesday.
The martyred citizens were identified as Abdul Jalil, 45, and 3-year-old Nausheen.
Moreover, three citizens were injured while three houses were burnt due to shelling. The injured have been evacuated to hospital.
Two civilians martyred as Indian Army opens unprovoked fire along LoC
On August 19, two elderly civilians were martyred in another unprovoked firing by Indian army with heavy arms along the Line of Control (LoC).
Amid heightened tensions between the border countries Indian, India’s Army targeted civil population with mortars and Anti-Tank Guided Missiles in Hot Spring (Tatta Pani) Sector along LoC.
According to the Inter-Services Public Relation (ISPR), innocent civilians 75-year-old Lal Muhamamd S/O of Muhamamd Din and 61-year-old Hassan Din S/O Lal Din, both residents of Village Nagrai, embraced martyrdom.
Two Indian army soldiers killed and several others wounded after Pakistan Army retaliated heavy fire by Indian Army and targeted India’s check-posts.