Indian firing across LOC four civilians  injures : ISPR

Four civilians in Pakistan were critically injured on Saturday after Indian security forces opened fire across the Line of Control (LoC).
The firing took place in Layyah sector, a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

Shots were fired by heavy weapons, to which Pakistan forces responded befittingly, the ISPR said.

On Thursday, a soldier embraced martyrdom in unprovoked Indian firing along LoC, ISPR said. Sepoy Zaheer Ahmed was martyred in Thub Sector of LOC due to unprovoked firing by Indian troops.
Earlier, a civilian identified as Guftar Hussain, 51, resident of village Jhamra, embraced martyrdom due to unprovoked mortar shelling of Indian troops.

Indian forces frequently conduct cross-border violations along with Working Boundary as well as in Kashmir across the Line of Control, resulting in the deaths of innocent civilians, contrary to international norms.

Pakistan has been constantly engaged with New Delhi over devising a mechanism to avoid casualties.