Pakistan says India killed seven troops in Kashmir Indian soldiers on patrol in Kashmir
Eastern Eye Staff
The Pakistani military accused India on Monday (November 14) of killing seven soldiers in cross-border fire in disputed Kashmir, in what appeared to be an unusually high toll after months of surging tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours. “Seven (Pakistani) soldiers embraced shahadat (martyrdom) at the Line of Control (LoC) in Bhimber sector in a crossfire LOC violation by Indian troops late last night,” the military said in a statement. “Pakistani troops while responding to Indian unprovoked firing targeted Indian posts effectively.” A spokesman for India’s army said its soldiers had responded to Pakistani firing on Sunday night. “There was a…
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