Soldier Killed In Pak Firing of Jammu And Kashmir’s Nowshera Sector


An soldier was killed on Line of Control in Nowshera segment of Jammu and Kashmir after Pakistan armed force started unjustifiable firing on the Indian Army posts today.
Defence Ministry representative Lieutenant Colonel Manish Mehta, in Jammu, stated: “The Pakistan Army started ridiculous firing on Indian Army posts in Naushera segment around 5.15 a.m. on Friday. The Indian Army struck back unequivocally and adequately.”
Naik Bakhtawar Singh, 34, was extremely harmed in the fire trade and died on the way to the Military hospital.

Mr Singh, who is from Punjab, is made due by his wife Jasbir Kaur and three youngsters – two children and one daughter.

The wreath-laying ceremony will be held tomorrow at Rajouri locale, 177 km from Srinagar. The body of the soldier will be then taken to his local town, where the burial service will occur.
One individual was killed and six others were harmed in south Kashmir’s Anantnag area where a wild weapon fight between security forces and terrorists is in progress. The Army, Jammu and Kashmir Police and CRPF propelled a joint anti-terror operation early toward the beginning of today after they got data about the presence of terrorists in Arwani village.