DG ISPR issues open challenge to Indian army to share locations of targeted ‘terror camps’

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DG ISPR challenge to India

The Pakistan Army’s media wing on Monday gave an open challenge to the Indian armed force to share areas of the supposed terror camps the latter had professed to have focused in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

Related: Four dead, seven injured as Indian forces target the civilian population in AJ&K, says DG ISPR.

DG ISPR challenge to India to share locations

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The challenge came in light of a tweet by Foreign Office representative Dr. Mohammad Faisal, who noticed that the Indian high commission in Pakistan has not yet reacted to an offer made by the director-general of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), who had on Sunday challenge the government officials to take any outside ambassador or media and presence the terrorist camps in AJK as guaranteed by the Indian armed force chief.

Accordingly, the DG ISPR tweeted that “Indians have no grounds to help [the] false guarantee made by their COAS.”

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He said if the Indian emissaries didn’t wish to visit AJK, they have the option of sharing the areas the Indian armed force had professed to have focused with Pakistan’s FO.

“We will take foreign diplomats & media tomorrow on those given areas. Let all see the facts on the ground,” the military’s media wing said.

On Sunday, six people and a Pakistan Army soldier had grasped suffering while two warriors and at any rate nine regular people were injured in AJK after Indian soldiers depended on “indiscriminate and ruthless” shelling from over the LoC past midnight “without any provocation” civil and military authorities had said.

Accordingly, Pakistani soldiers had focused on Indian positions over the dividing line, wrecking two Indian bunkers, killing nine Indian officers and harming a few different soldiers.

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