Two Pakistani soldiers killed in Indian retaliation
In heavy retaliation, Indian security forces gunned down two Pakistani soldiers near the Line of Control. The information was confirmed by Pakistan Army Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
Since the last few days, the Pakistan Army was violating the cease-fire agreement and engaged in an unprovoked firing, but Indian troops retaliated hard and killed two Pakistani soldiers. The incident took place at Bhimber sector, located in the southernmost Bhimber district of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
The soldiers are identified as 32 year old Sepoy Muhammad Munir Chohan of village Rakri Chohan and 28 year old Sepoy Aamir Hussain Danna village in tehsil Samahni of district Bhimber.
Pakistan has also claimed that 14 civilians also died and 62 have been wounded in AJK this year due to Indian firing.