Young boy martyred in Indian shelling along LoC: ISPR


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01 Jul, 2020 1:26 pm

RAWALPINDI (92 News) – A young boy was martyred when Indian forces shelled Lipa Sector along the restive Line of Control (LoC) targeting civilian population late last night (Tuesday).

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Wednesday, the Indian Army had resorted to indiscriminate firing that targeted the civilian population in the sector, which resulted in the martyrdom of a young boy.

Pakistan Army responded effectively to Indian firing targeting those posts which initiated fire.

“Indian troops unprovoked ceasefire violation targeting civil population used Artillery, Mortars and heavy weapons,” the press release added.

The military’s media affairs wing in a tweet said: “Indian troops [resorted to] unprovoked CFV [ceasefire violation] targeting civil population using Artillery, Mortars & heavy weapons in Lipa Sector along #LOC late last night.”

“A young boy resident of Talwari village martyred due to Indian indiscriminate firing,” it said, adding the Pakistan Army responded effectively to Indian firing.


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