Heavy, intense exchange of fire continues on working boundary, LoC

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RAWALPINDI, Oct 27 (APP): Intense and heavy exchange of firing between Indian and Pakistani forces continued along the working boundary and Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday.
The heavy exchange of fire continued since 8 pm Thursday in Shakargarh sector along working boundary between Indian and Pakistani forces.
Pakistani Rangers befittingly responded to Indian unprovoked firing and targetted Indian posts thus inflicting heavy casualties, an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) media release here stated.
On Pakistani side one civilian woman embraced shahadat while seven other civilians were injured due to Indian unprovoked firing.
Intense and heavy exchange of fire between Indian and Pakistani forces has been continuing since Wednesday evening on Harpar and Chuprar Sectors along the working boundary.
“Heavy and intense exchange of firing is continuing between Indian and Pakistani troops for the last over eleven hours on the working boundary.”
Pakistani Rangers befittingly responded to Indian unprovoked firing and targetted Indian posts thus inflicting heavy casualties. On Pakistani side five civilians were injured due to Indian unprovoked firing.
Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing at Line of Control (LOC) at Hotspring, Jandrot and Nakiyal sectors on Thursday afternoon.
Pakistani troops are valiantly responding to Indian firing inflicting heavy losses targeting Indian posts from where fire was originating, ISPR confirmed the news about firing from across the LOC. Exchange of fire was continuing.