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


(Karachi) At least four people, including a solder, while seven injured as Indian forces restored on shelling from over the Line of Control in Jura, Nousehri and Shahkot sectors in Azad and Jammu Kashmir on Sunday, DG ISPR says.

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In a twitter message, the DG ISPR expressed that the Pakistan military successfully reacted to Indian hostility and slaughtered nine of its officers, other than destroying two bunkers.


He included the Indian soldiers purposely focused on the civilian population, murdering innocent people.

Indian powers in occupied Kashmir have gone “berserk”, Raja Farooq Haider, Prime Minister of Pakistan’s Azad Kashmir region, said in a tweet, including that the civilian casualties and wounds were in the Neelum and Muzaffarabad areas.

“This is the height of viciousness. The world must not remain quiet over it,” he said in his tweet with the hashtag #KashmirNeedsAttention.

The nuclear-armed neighbors have battled two of their three wars over Kashmir. The circumstance in Occupied Kashmir took a monstrous turn when India pulled back withdrew constitutional on August 5 that gave Jammu and Kashmir more independence than some other Indian state.

In reprisal to Modi’s administration’s turn, India overflowed the area with extra troops and forced curfew-like restrictions to keep a top on fights.

However, numerous checks, including those on development, have been facilitated, cellphone service and internet connection in the Kashmir valley, home to around 7,000,000 people, stay cut off.

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India eases mobile phone shutdown in occupied Kashmir.

Kashmir cross-border fire kills 3 Pakistani, 5 Indian soldiers.

New Delhi demands that its move in August was basic to incorporate Kashmir completely into India and carry improvement to the Himalayan area, however, there are outrage and discontent among numerous local people over the decision.

In spite of the controls, Kashmiris have turned out on to the streets, and numerous shops and other business foundations in the held valley have remained mostly shuttered in protests against the withdrawal of the special status.

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