India Restores Firing on LoC, No Casualty Reported

India Restores Firing on LoC, No Casualty Reported

Rawalpindi (November 09, 2018): The Indian forces restored unprovoked firing at  Line of Control (LoC) again the forced the people inside Pakistan to keep themselves in homes on Friday.

According to details, Indian troops shot at and shelled on citizens on a border village of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) of Lipa valley that compelled the people to beleaguered themselves in homes.

However, no loss of life was reported, military sources said.

The aggressive response of the Pakistani army silence the Indian guns.

Earlier on November 08, Sepoy Zaheer Ahmad embraced martyrdom as Indian army resorted to unprovoked firing at the Line of Control (LoC) in Thub Sector.

Martyred sepoy Zaheer Ahmad belonged to Sultanpur village of Humber.

Army media wing reported that the Indian forces opened cross-border fire in Sultanpur village.However, Pakistan Army troops retaliated effectively and responded brilliantly in response to the unprovoked firing.

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