Pakistan

Indian Army’s unprovoked firing on LOC, 50-year-old woman martyred

Three people, including a 50-year-old woman martyr and a 4-year-old girl, were injured in unprovoked firing of the Indian Army’s Line of Control (LOC) in Tatta Pani and Gendrot sector.

According to the Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian Army opened unprovoked fire on the LOC  on the civilian population in the Jandroot sector.

ISPR says that the Indian Army deliberately targeted the civilian population with mortars and heavy weapons, as a result of which a 50-year-old woman was martyred and three persons including a 4-year-old girl Nayab were also injured in the firing by the Indian Army and were shifted to a nearby hospital for treatment.

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