RAWALPINDI: Five Indian soldiers were killed as a result of retaliation on Saturday across the Line of Control (LoC) due to unprovoked firing, according to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
Indian forces carried out unprovoked firing at Tatta Pani sector of the working boundary. Pakistan Army retaliated to the Indian aggression which silenced their guns and destroyed the bunkers.
A significant loss was suffered due to the unfortunate incident. ISPR sources told several soldiers on both sides of the boundary were injured. This is another ceasefire violation by the neighbouring state India.
At least five Indian soldiers were killed in reaction to the unprovoked firing across the border. Pakistan Army soldiers destroyed the Indian bunkers spreading aggression in the region. Many Indian soldiers were injured in the act. NNI