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LOC violation: Sixty years old man killed by Indian troops


Rawalakot: On Saturday a villager was killed when Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel started to unprovoked firing at the Line of Control (LoC).


“A sixty-year-old civilian Muhammad Aslam, resident of Polas village, was cutting grass and wood, 100 to 150 meters inside the LoC in AJK when he came under Indian firing and embraced martyrdom,” said an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement.


“Pakistani troops befittingly responded to Indian aggression,” the statement added.

On January 30, an exchange of fire across the working boundary between India and Pakistan left two women injured and several houses were also damaged. The injured were shifted to a hospital by Rescue 1122.

Both the countries alleged each other for the ceasefire violations on the working boundary, casualties reported on the both sides.

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