How Pakistani Reply to Indian Army along LoC

he civil and military leadership on Monday strongly deplored the continuous ceasefire violations by the Indian forces which on Sunday night saw seven Pakistani soldiers killed in Thub near the Bhimber area, with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif directing his soldiers at the Line of Control (LoC) to ‘effectively’ respond to India’s unprovoked firing across the border, promising that his army would continue to respond effectively and leave no stone unturned to defend the motherland.

Pakistan impressed upon India that these continuous violations could lead to “a strategic miscalculation”.As Raheel Sharif honoured his dead soldiers by attending their funeral ceremony in Jhelum, he also attended a briefing on the latest situation, including the continuous unprovoked ceasefire by India.

Defence Minister Khawaja Asif, reacting to the latest Indian brutality, regretted that “certain extremist elements which had come into power in India could become a source of destruction not only for their own country but also the whole region”.

While the Foreign Office summoned the Indian high commissioner, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reacted, saying: “It is extremely unfortunate that Indian forces have continuously violated ceasefire agreement at the LoC”.


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