Minor girl among 2 injured by ‘unprovoked Indian firing’: ISPR

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RAWALPINDI At least two Pakistan civilians including a six-year-old girl were injured when Indian Army resorted to unprovoked intense fire in Satwal and Nikial Sectors, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) reported on Saturday.

 

“Besides targeting civlian population in Tetrinote, Manwa, Satwal and Balakot villages, injuring a six year old girl, Aiqa Ramzan, and 45 years old Sikandar Hussain r/o village Lanjot, Indian Army also targeted Rawalkot Poonch Crossing Point (RPCP) and the visitors’ stand at RPCP,” the ISPR stated.

 

Pakistan Army aggressively and effectively responded to hostile fire, silenced their guns and caused considerable damage to the posts carrying out fire.

 

Targeting civilians will not deter Kashmiri people from their just struggle against Indian oppression, the ISPR added.

 

Originally published by NNI

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