Pakistan Army Shot Down an Indian Drone: DG ISPR Asim Bajwa

In a statement issued by the Pakistani military, it revealed to have had shot down an Indian drone in Kashmir on Saturday. The incident reportedly took place only a few hours after four children were killed in mortar shell firing by Indian troops at a local village in the restive region.

The official announcement by the director of the army’s media wing, Major General Asim Bajwa, alleged that “the Indian drone had crossed 60 meters over the line of control (LOC) into Pakistan when it was shot down and captured by Pakistani troops.” Whereas numerous occasions of mortar shells firing by Indian forces have heightened the death toll in the village along the LOC to four as another child died of injuries. A local administration official in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, Raja Arif, confirmed that “death toll from today’s firing by Indian troops has reached four,” adding that the children were all part of the same family.

Furthermore, the sources mentioned on the same day to have countered skirmishes by Indian border troops across the LOC in two other sectors on Saturday. The statement mentioned that “Indian troops resort to unprovoked firing in Tander and Baroh areas of Bhimber sector today,” confirming that no loss of life was reported in that exchange of fire. Earlier on Friday, Pakistan’s Navy reported to have “pushed” an Indian submarine away from Pakistani waters, as tensions between the neighboring nations continue to smolder over unrest in the disputed Kashmir region.

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