Two Pakistan Army soldiers martyred by Indian firing on LoC | Pakistan
RAWALPINDI: Two soldiers from the Pakistani army were martyred on Wednesday, when Indian forces opened unprovoked fire through the Control Line (LC), said that inter-communal public relations (ISPI).
The last incident of unprovoked fire occurred in the sector of Bhimbera LO.
. Martyr soldiers were identified as Sipahi Munir Chauhan and Sipahi Amir Hussein, added ISPR.
The Pakistani army responded and inflicted enormous damage to Indian posts in retaliatory actions.
The army of the media said that "an appropriate response" was given to the last episode of Indian aggression.
Earlier this month, the army destroyed the Indian post after targeting a minor in the village of Jajot.
In a separate incident in January, four army soldiers were tortured when Indian forces opened fire.
India often opens unprovoked fire on the LO, which leads to the martyrdom of civilians and army officials.
The FD declared that in 2018 Indian troops were being carried by more than 400 violations of the ceasefire along the LC and the Worker's Array, resulting in 18 civilians being tortured and 68 injured.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, India committed 1,900 violations in 2017.