Pakistan Army soldier martyred due to Indian firing at LoC

Pakistan Army soldier martyred due to Indian firing at LoC

Pakistan Army soldier martyred due to Indian firing at LoC (Line of Control).

A Pakistan Army soldier embraced martyrdom on Wednesday as the Indian Army troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violation (CFV) along the line of control (LOC) in Bedori Sector targeting Pakistan army posts and civil population.

Pakistan Army soldier martyred due to Indian firing

The Pakistan Army responded effectively to the Indian troops CFV and there were reports of heavy losses on enemy in terms of men and material.

During exchange of intense fire, Havaldar Liaqat, age 39 years, resident of District Chakwal, embraced martyrdom, an ISPR press release.

On the other hand, Azad Kashmir APHC held a protest demo at UN office in Islamabad on Tuesday.

The APHC-AJK chapter organized a protest demonstration outside the UN office in Islamabad.

Protesters condemned the Indian atrocities in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir

They also condemned New Delhi’s misleading statements about deletion of the Kashmir dispute from the agenda of the UN Security Council.

On the occasion, the participants of the demonstration submitted a memorandum to the UN office.

They demanded of the World Body’s Chief Antonio Guterres to take notice of the brutalities which Indian troops are perpetrating under the garb of coronavirus lockdown in the occupied territory.

Meanwhile, the APHC-AJK also expressed concern over the problems which journalists are facing in the occupied territory.

They said that Kashmiri journalists are put in jails for sharing their work and opinion on social media.

On the other hand, the Korea Times article highlighted Indian state terrorism in IOJK (occupied Jammu and

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