Indo-Pak: 26 Pakistanis martyred by Indian firing at LoC

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Indo-Pak: 26 Pakistanis martyred by Indian firing at LoC

ISLAMABAD: India has been constantly targeting the LoC and Working Boundary along Pakistan for the last several months.

Pakistan has always given befitting reply to the unprovoked firing by Indian Border Security forces.

At least 26 Pakistanis have been martyred and 107 wounded in cross-border shelling and firing at the Line of Control (LoC) provoked by India numerous times within last two months.

Nakyal Sector among other border-adjoining areas is being constantly subjected to unprovoked firing by India for past two months.

Indian troops have resorted to light as well as heavy artillery to decimate houses, mosques and schools in different villages across the Line of Control. Towns and villages that have been affected in Indian shelling include Gumb, Mora, Kenthi Gala, Pir Kalanjar, Datoot, Maahil, Lanjot, Shaheenabad, Ouli, Baidhara and Banala among others.

Over 200 houses have been destructed in past two months.