Two young Pakistani soldiers martyred in an exchange of fire with Indian soldiers: ISPR

Two young Pakistani soldiers martyred in an exchange of fire with Indian soldiers: ISPR

A young Pakistani soldier patrols the Line of Control. – AFP / File

According to inter-services public relations, two Pakistani soldiers were martyred in a clash with Indian forces on Wednesday.

According to ISPR, Pakistani troops on Wednesday responded to the unprovoked Indian aggression on the Line of Control (LoC), inflicting “heavy losses” on Indian troops, both male and female.

The DG ISPR tweeted about the clash between the two armies on the LOC, saying that Indian troops had once again violated the ceasefire agreement in the Khuzirta sector.

“Indian troops launched CFV in Khuzirta sector along with #Khel. Pakistan Army soldiers retaliated appropriately. Two Indian soldiers were reported to have suffered heavy losses in men and material supplies. During the exchange of fire, two soldiers , Lance Naik Tariq and Sepai Zarov accept testimony, “tweeted DG ISPR.

Relations between the two nuclear-armed countries have been strained since the Pulwama attack, when India accused Pakistan of being involved in the killing of more than 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldiers in occupied Kashmir.

Pakistan vehemently denied the allegations made by India without any evidence.

However, on February 26, 2019, an Indian aircraft entered Pakistani territory and bombed Balakot, before PAF jets chased them out of Pakistani airspace.

The next day, the PAF shot down two Indian Army planes and arrested Wing Commander Abi Nandan Worthman, who was later released by Pakistan as a “peace signal” to India.

Pak-India relations deteriorated further when New Delhi repealed Article 370 of the Indian Constitution after depriving occupied Kashmir of its special status and the accompanying independence.

Since then, India’s ceasefire violations across the LoC have increased and Pakistan has responded appropriately every time.


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