Four injured in unprovoked Indian firing near LoC ISPR
Two women in the same family and two girls were wounded as Indian peels were peeling across the control line (LoC) on Sunday in a village in the Kotli district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Said. In a brief statement, the Pakistani military media center, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPF), confirmed the case. According to the ISPC, “the Indian government has injured two girls and two women by an unofficial launch of Khuiratta’s private housing in accordance with the LoC,” the victims were evacuated to nearby hospitals by the army.
The incident occurred at about 10:50 am in the village of Janjot Bahadar in the Khuiratta district, according to officials from the Khuiratta police station. One of them landed in the inner courtyard of the house and two women and two girls were injured. “The victim was asked by Dawn, the wife of Mohammad Kawar (Aoh), 15, Mehboob’s daughter , Yasmeen Begum, 40, Javed and Samra’s wife, 10, daughter of Asad. They were treated at a health facility run by the army in the area.
The Pakistani army responded to the shooting of India.
On Saturday, Najarathvibi (64 – year – old Najarathvibi) was wounded in the nearby Balakot village of Nakia, and the Indian army fired her for a short while drinking in the courtyard of the house.
The heavily militarized LoC was the worst skirmish and artillery battle between the Indian and Pakistani armies due to the terrible violation of the historic 2003 armistice agreement.
On September 18th, an escalation of an attack by a suspected militant at the Indian Army base in Uri began and 19 Indian soldiers were killed. India later claimed to have a surgical attack on the LoC side of Pakistan.
According to military and civilian sources, 40 civilians and 15 Pakistani army personnel were killed in indiscriminate bombardment of India without provoking India in the escalation of the escalations that followed the Uri attack.