Four Indian soldiers killed, two posts destroyed along LoC, claims Pak Army

Rawalpindi [Pakistan]: The Pakistan Army on Sunday claimed that it has allegedly destroyed two Indian Army posts along the Line of Control (LoC) and killed four Indian soldiers.
The Pakistan Army said the action was taken in response to the alleged “unprovoked firing by the Indian side from across the Line of Control (LoC) that killed five civilians (Pakistani civilians)” on Saturday.

“Pakistan Army befittingly responded on July 9, causing substantial losses to men and material. Two Indian Army posts firing on innocent civilians have been destroyed, four Indian soldiers killed,” read a statement issued by the Pakistan Army Inter-Services Public Relations wing.

The statement further stated that “it resolves to protect the civil population against unprovoked Indian aggression at any cost.”

Meanwhile, the official spokesperson of Pakistani Armed Forces, Major General Asif Ghafoor also took to his Twitter account to inform about the same and also released a video of Pakistani Armed forces allegedly destroying two Indian Army posts.

“In utter failure to cap remembrance of Wani’s Shahadat, Indian forces targeted innocent civ along LOC. Indian guns silenced effectively!” he tweeted.

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