PM Imran Khan condemned Indian firing on civilians


Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan has condemned the Indian Army’s unprovoked firing across Line of Control (LoC). He criticized Indian forces for targeting innocent civilians.

He has expressed his deep concerns and sympathies for the families of the martyred. He also prayed for the eternal peace of the departed souls.

The injured ones have been shifted to hospitals. PM Imran Khan prayed for their early recovery.

Moreover, he also pays a rich tribute to the brave Army of Pakistan who is ready to give a befitting response at any time.

Dr. Mohammad Faisal, the Director General South Asia, and SAARC, also condemned the unprovoked Indian firing on 19th and 20th October 2019. According to a statement issued by the Foreign Office,

“Due to indiscriminate and unprovoked firing by Indian occupation forces, including use of heavy artillery, five innocent civilians, Muhammad Rafaqat s/o Haji Azam aged 28 years, Haji Azam aged 60 years, Haji Sarfaraz s/o Ghulam Rabbani aged 47 years, residents of Village Nausadda and two non-resident civilian labourers Mr. Liaqat and Mr. Faisal, embraced shahadat, while six others, including women and children, sustained serious injuries.”

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