Two Pakistan Army soldiers martyred due to Indian firing along LoC

Two Pakistan Army soldiers martyred

Two Pakistan Army soldiers martyred due to Indian firing along LoC (the Line of Control).

According to a tweet of Director General ISPR, Indian troops initiated ceasefire violations in Khuiratta Sector along the LOC.

Two Pakistan Army soldiers martyred

Pakistan army troops responded befittingly and inflicted heavy losses on the Indian side men and material.

India lost at least two troops.

During exchange of fire two soldiers of Pak Army, Lance Naik Tariq and Sepoy Zaroof embraced shahadat while fighting valiantly.

On Wednesday, Pakistan government held a consultative meeting about regional security and the priorities of the country.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said India’s policies based on Hindutva ideology have threatened peace and stability of the entire region.

While speaking at the consultative meeting,  the FM said Pakistan has presented undeniable and solid evidence before the world.

He was referring to the dossier about India’s sponsorship of terrorism inside Pakistan.

He expressed deep concern over the continuity of brutalities of Indian occupation forces in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K) amid COVID-19.

Hindu slogans in IOJK

Meanwhile, ‘Chant Jai Shri Ram or leave Kashmir’ slogan has become Modi-led fascist Indian government’s new diktat for the Kashmiris in IOJK.

The Kashmir Media Service reported this slogan in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

During cordon and search operations, Indian troops barge into civilian houses.

They drag inmates out in the middle of the night and order them to chant the Hindu slogan.

Moreover, they torture severely those who refuse to comply.

Kashmiris in IOJK also face life or imprisonment threats as RSS goons are out to convert India as well as occupied Kashmir into a Hindu rashtra.


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