India opens unprovoked firing at LoC on 2nd day

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A man was injured on Tuesday due to Indian army’s unprovoked firing resorted afternoon at Khoiratta sector at the Line of Control.
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Ashfaq, 25, laborer of village Tain got injured who was immediately evacuated to the civil hospital for medical treatment. Pakistani troops effectively responded to Indian firing.
A man was injured when Indian forces on Tuesday resort to unprovoked firing again along Line of Control (LoC), resulted 25-year-old Labourer named Ashfaq got injured as a result of Indian firing.
ISPR further said that Pakistani soldiers befittingly responded to Indian aggression. India has violated the ceasefire agreement at the LoC several times since last months.
Whereas, a group of representatives from civil society was spend a day with troops at Lahore Garrison. The programme was aimed at introducing them the military life and to further enhance their confidence in defence capability of Pakistan Army.
The day started with wreath laying by visitors at Yadgar-e-Shuhada.
Later, they witnessed a combat demonstration by Quick Reaction Force and weapon handling and firing.
The group also had an interaction with Corps Commander Lieutenant General Sadiq Ali after short briefing about Army at Corps HQ. The programme culminated with flag lowering ceremony at Pak-India joint check post at Ganda Singhwala near Kasur. The group lauded the professionalism and resolve of Pakistan Army officers and troops in defending the motherland.