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Woman dies in 'unprovoked Indian firing' across LoC

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  1. Tipu7

    Tipu7 SENIOR MEMBER

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    ISLAMABAD: Indian Border Security Force (BSF) opened ‘unprovoked firing’ at Line of Control (LoC) in Nezapir sector of Rawalakot, killing one woman and injuring her husband and two daughters.

    The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) released a statement on Friday that Ms Munir Akhter, 42, embraced martyrdom while her two daughters, Nasreen and Zeenat, and husband Muhammad Azam were injured when a mortar shell hit their house.

    ISPR stated that unprovoked and shelling started earlier in the day in village Mohri in Nezapir Sector.

    Indian troops resorted to ‘unprovoked firing’ of heavy weapons in Nezapir Sector, the ISPR said, adding that Pakistani troops responded to Indian firing in a befitting manner and silenced the Indian artillery, ISPR said.

    Pakistan protests over bail of Samjhauta Express suspect
    Pakistan lodged strong protest with India against the decision of Indian National Investigation Agency to not contest the bail granted to the main suspect of Samjhauta Express, Swami Aseemanand on ‘special leave permission’.

    “The Indian Deputy High Commissioner was called in by the Director General South Asia at the Foreign Office on Friday, and an official protest was lodged," FO spokesman of FO Qazi Khalilullah said.

    “Pakistan has serious reservations on the efficiency of the court in processing and disposal of cases regarding terrorism, especially those involving deaths of Pakistani citizens," the FO spokesman said.

    The Samjhauta Express, one of the two active rail links between Pakistan and India, was bombed in February, 2007.

    The spokesman said no action has been taken by the Indian authorities against the mastermind and perpetrator of this dastardly attack.

    "Pakistan expects India to take steps to bring to justice all those involved in the heinous act of terrorism on the Samjhauta Express, in which 42 Pakistani innocent citizens lost their lives," the spokesman asserted.

    Meanwhile, Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan TCA Ragwan called on Prime Minister’s Adviser on National Security Sartaj Aziz.

    The adviser conveyed him the decision of Pakistan to attend the meeting between national security advisers of the two countries August 23 and 24 in New Delhi, the FO spokesman added.


    Woman dies in 'unprovoked Indian firing' across LoC - Pakistan - DAWN.COM
     
  2. Indus Falcon

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    A very sad and unnecessary loss of life, on this blessed day.
     
  3. xyxmt

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    What do you expect from Indian "Soldiers" they are only good for fighting woman and kids
     
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    'Unprovoked'? No! It was provoked! By PA/Rangers which provide covering fire every time they want to infiltrate their mercenary yahoos into India. That's what causes ceasefire violations...And Pakistan is squarely responsible.
     
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    Misfired Mortar Shell...

    Feel sad for poor soul... RIP..

    Hope in NSA meeting, there must be some conclusion come on such misfortune incident.