LoC violation: Pakistani forces respond to ‘unprovoked firing’ by BSF at Nakial sector

SIALKOT: Pakistani troops have befittingly responded to to unproved firing by the Indian forces at the Nakial sector at Line of Control (LoC) this evening, according to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).
It was the third ceasefire violation by the Indian troops today.
Earlier, the Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) resorted to ceasefire violation in Shakargarh and Charwah sector on Thursday morning.
Indian troops fired at Pakistan’s Ashraf Shaheed check post from the Naryan check post, Express News reported.
The Chenab Rangers effectively responded to the firing — which has continued for two hours — targeting the civil population in villages.
No deaths or injuries have been reported.
The attack comes a day after Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Asim Bajwa said, “We want peace with India, but we will retaliate when there is a violation.”
Further, amidst the unabated ceasefire violations by the Indian troops along the LoC and working boundary, lawmakers hit out at New Delhi for its hostile posturing and raised the spectre of a nuclear war in the region.
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MNA Shazia Marri said, “This is the time we respond to India as a nuclear state.” India claims to be the largest democracy of the world, but looking at the rampant and flagrant violations of human rights in Kashmir by Indian troops “we can call it a sham democracy,” she added.
“It’s a fact that we cannot change our neighbours – but living peacefully is a shared responsibility.”