Indian claim of hitting Pakistani personnel on LoC/working boundary termed false

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RAWALPINDI, Oct 21 (APP): Pakistan Army on Friday termed
Indian claim for hitting a personnel of Pakistan Army or a Ranger at Shakargarh Sector on the working boundary and Line of Control (LoC) as absolutely false.

“Indian claim of hitting or killing any Pakistani soldier/Ranger with firing at anytime of today at Line of Control (LOC)/working boundary absolutely false,” Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lt. General Asim Saleem Bajwa stated in a social media Tweet.

Indians had resorted to unprovoked firing/shelling on working boundary in Shakargarh sector earlier in the day. Pakistan Rangers had responded in befitting manner.

No loss, due to Indian shelling/firing on Pakistan side was caused.

Indian Border Security Force (BSF) resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling on working boundary in Shakargarh sector.

The firing and shelling by the BSF was targeting the north of “Chak Amru” village.

Pakistan Rangers Punjab responded in befitting manner to Indian firing and shelling. The exchange of firing continued from 0900 to 0930 hours.

The Indian troops also resorted to unprovoked firing across Line of Control (LOC) at Keraila sector in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

Indians yet again resorted to unprovoked firing in the same sector at 2055 hrs. Befitting response was being given by Pakistani forces. Firing was continuing till filing of this report.