India’s unprovoked firing resumes on Sialkot working boundary

SIALKOT: India on Tuesday resumed unprovoked firing and shelling on the Sialkot working boundary in Charwa sector.

Chenab Rangers responded to the Indian ceasefire violation.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Directors Military Operations (DMOs) of Pakistan and India established contact through a hotline.

According to officials, the DMOs had their weekly contact on the hotline. Pakistan’s DMO conveyed concern over India’s unprovoked firing at the Line of Control (LoC) and working boundary.

Pakistan’s DMO added that India was continuously targeting the population residing at the LoC and working boundary

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