Risk of war between Pakistan and India increases

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Risk of war between Pakistan and India increases

Rawalpindi, Pakistan: Pakistan Army destroyed two Indian posts which were engaged in firing n civilian population, reports Dispatch News Desk (DND) news agency.

According to official channels, in response to the Indian unprovoked firing targeting civilian population across the Line of Control (LOC) substantial losses were inflicted upon them by Pakistan Army in shape of men and material.

Pakistan Army shall protect civil population against unprovoked Indian aggression at all cost,” said a statement released by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) of Pakistan Armed Forces.

Risk of war between Pakistan and India increases
Pakistan Army destroyed two Indian Army posts engaged in targeting civilians

Statement added that Pakistan Army befittingly responded on July 9, causing substantial losses to men and material. Two Indian Army posts firing on innocent civilians have been destroyed and four Indian soldiers were killed.

State run news agency APP added that the Indian Army initiated unprovoked fire across Line of Control (LOC) in Rawalakot Sector on the death anniversary of Kashmiri hero Burhan Wani Shaheed on July 8, targeting innocent civil population in village Tetrinote, Manwa, Satwal and Chaffar with mortars and rockets fire, resulting in death of 5 innocent citizens including four women and an old man while injuring another five people including three young girls.

ISPR has issued video clips showing that Pakistan Army was effectively engaging the Indian Army posts from where the civilian population across the LOC was being targeted by them.