Afghan, Indian troops fire cross-borders

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Pakistani soldier, four women injured

Staff Reporter

Rawalpindi

The troops of Afghanistan and India resorted to indiscriminate and unprovoked firing on Sunday injuring a Pakistani soldier and four women respectively.
The cross-border firing by Afghanistan troops injured a Pakistan Army soldier on Sunday, said the Inter-Services Public Relations.
The incident took place in the Mangrotai area of South Waziristan Agency, added the statement from the military’s media wing.
The injured soldier was airlifted to a medical facility at Wana.
“Pakistan army troops effectively responded to suspected terrorists hideouts on Pak-Afg border.”
Meanwhile, Indian forces carried out unprovoked firing targeting civilian population at Khoi Ratta sector on Sunday, injuring four women, ISPR said in a statement.
The injured included two young girls. Pakistan Army responded befittingly to the Indian firing, ISPR said.

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