SHAKARGARH – Indian Border Security Force (BSF) once again triggered unprovoked firing on Pakistani Rangers and killed one civilian girl of 16 years, PakistanTribe reported.
Sources told PakistanTribe that early on Saturday once again Indian Border Security Force (BSF) triggered fire in Shakargarh sector of Narowal area and killed one teenage girl of 16 years.
Girl was on the roof of her home and became the victim of Indian firing.
This is third aggressive move of BSF against civilian and Pakistan rangers in a week.
Earlier on Wednesday Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) had triggered fire against Pakistani Chanab Rangers and killed two rangers on the post of Chak Bhooray. These rangers were invited for Flag Meeting on the working border but when they entered into Indian Territory they were attacked by Indian.
In response to Indian firing and killing of Two Rangers Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif had said that India should not consider Pakistan’s desire for peace as weakness as Pakistan can retaliate any aggression massively.
Khawaja Asif talked about the aggressive Indian attack on the peaceful rangers. He strongly condemned the BSF act and said that Pakistan have potential to retaliate massively and the desire for peace should not be entertained as weakness
He also added that Pakistan is trying to maintain friendly relations with neighboring states and India is violating the situation. The deference minister condemned India’s aggression during a flag meeting and said that it is clear violation of internal law.
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