ISLAMABAD - With the onset of Ramazan, Indian Army has started unprovoked fire at the Line of Control with Pakistan.
Four people, including three children, were martyred on Friday by Indian firing along the Working Boundary (WB) in Sialkot sector, said a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
A woman was also among those martyred by the unprovoked firing incident, which also injured 10 civilians residing along the border area.
The Army’s media wing added that Punjab Rangers effectively responded to Indian aggression and targetted Indian posts which had initiated fire. Intermittent firing continues in the area.
Earlier this week, an elderly man was killed by by Indian forces from across the Line of Control (LoC) in Tata Pani Sector of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
According to local residents and eye-witnesses, a civilian identified as Mango Khan died after being hit by a bullet on his head.
The witnesses said that the single bullet was fired by the Indian forces without any provocation.