ISPR rejects Indian allegations of targeting civilians

  • Pakistan Army targets only those Indian posts which initiate firing on innocent civilian: ISPR
Pakistan

RAWALPINDI – Pakistan Army on Thursday strongly rejected Indian claims of targeting civilian population across Line of Control in Indian-occupied Kashmir.


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According to a statement issued by the military’s media wing, the accusation was made by Indian DGMO during special hotline contact with Pak DGMO today on Indian Army’s request.

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However, Pakistan Army rubbished the allegations saying it was unethical to target civilians.

“Pakistan Army is a professional force and considers it absolutely unethical to target the civilian population more so when our own Pakistani Kashmiris live across,” Inter-Services Public Relations said.

“Pakistan Army targets only those Indian posts which initiate firing on innocent civilians,” Director General ISPR  said.