7 soldiers killed in Pakistan, after unprovoked firing by India
Islamabad: For First time in the history Pakistan has admitted to causality on its side from unprovoked firing from India.
Pakistan on Monday confirmed that seven of its Army personnel were killed in unprovoked cross-border firing by Indian troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Bhimber sector late on Sunday night.
Details of seven Pakistani soldiers who were martyred in the Indian firing at the Line of Control. pic.twitter.com/Xle1RGZlkR— Pakistan Defence (@defencepk) November 14, 2016
Nawaz sharif, expressing grief over the lives said, "it is extremely unfortunate that Indian forces have continuously violated ceasefire agreement at the LoC in the recent days and We are fully capable of defending our soil against any aggression"
Pakistan Foreign Office last week said that the civilian death toll from alleged Indian shelling has risen to at least 25 in the past few weeks.
Also there were reports of unprovoked firing at forward posts of BSF in Kashmir. Over 10 Indian soldiers were martyred during the Pakistani aggression. Civilians casualties in India were comparatively high in villages bordering the LoC.