Pakistan army warns India of any misadventure

Pakistan army warns India of any misadventure

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan army has warned that any misadventure by the Indian border forces across the Line of Control (LoC) would lead to unintended consequences.

According to a statement issued by the ISPR today (Saturday), Indian Army has been targeting innocent civilians on both sides of line of Control in recent past.

“Any misadventure by Indian Army across Line of Control will be a miscalculation, shall be responded with full force and could lead to unintended consequences.,” it added.

The ceasefire violations by Indian troops along the Line of Control (LoC) continued throughout the day  at different sectors, resulting in injuries to six civilians inclusive of four women.

After Nakiyal Sector, the Indian troops targeted civilian localities in Baroh Sector where the exchange of fire was continuing till late in the evening.

Pakistani troops were aggressively engaging the Indians firing on civilians.

Those, who were injured, have been identified as Haji Muhammad Younis son of Abdul Aziz, Rehana Bibi wife of Muhammad Asif and Samina Begum wife of Tufail Mughal from Kotktora Sector while from Baroh Sector were Zamurd Begum (58), Shazia Parveen (35) and Muhammad Inzimam (17).

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