Third Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan In Last Three Days; One Soldier Martyred

Devesh
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Third Ceasefire Violation By Pakistan In Last Three Days; One Soldier Martyred

In third ceasefire violation by Pakistan in three days, a Rifleman Md Atif Shafi Alam Khan was martyred in Sunderbani section of Jammu and Kashmir.

On Monday, at LOC in Sunderbani Section of Jammu and Kashmir, a soldier was killed in the ceasefire violation. In the last three days, this is the third ceasefire violation by Pakistan.

The martyred soldier Rifleman Md Atif Shafi Alam Khan was manning the forward post and was critically injured in the firing in Keri Battal. He was rushed to the nearest military hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.

Rifleman Md Atif Shafi Alam Khan who belonged to Nawayard village in Gujrat’s Vadodra district is survived by his parents. At around 6:30 AM according to the official sources, the firing began, and it continued for several hours.

The firing caused a panic among the residents staying near the border, for their safety, the residents have been advised to take precautionary measures.

Jammu-based Army spokesperson Lt Col Devender Anand said: “Today during early morning hours, Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation with the firing of small arms and shelling with mortars along the LoC in Sunderbani sector of Rajouri district.”

In the last three days, this is the third cease violation by Pakistan. On July 20th, Pakistan violated ceasefire in the Poonch district which resulted in an unprovoked firing along the LOC,  It was followed in Poonch and Rajouri districts on July 21st.

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