RAWALPINDI: Three soldiers of The Pakistani army was martyred when terrorists from Afghanistan opened fire on pakistani troops in This was reported by the Interagency Public Relations Service (ISPR) of North Waziristan. on Saturday. Terrorists from Afghanistan international border open fire on pakistani troops in general areaDevagar, North Waziristan District.
Pakistani troops responded in in an appropriate way. According to credible intelligence data, due to fire of Pakistani troops, terrorists suffered heavy losses.
In time fire exchange, Khavaldar Taimur (resident of Jhelum, age 30), Naik Shoaib (resident of Attock, age 38) and Sepoy Saqib Nawaz (resident of Sialkot, age 24), fighting bravely, was martyred.
“Pakistan strongly condemns use of Afghan soil by terrorists for activities against Pakistan and expects the Afghan government will not allow behavior of such activity in future. Pakistan Army is determined to defend Pakistan’s borders against in menace of terrorism and similar victims of our brave men further strengthen our resolve”, – said in the message ISPR.
APPENDIX adds: Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif condemned the terrorist attack launched from abroad on security forces in North Waziristan.
prime minister prayed for high ranks of Shahid Khawaldar Taimur, Naek Shoaib and Sepoy Saqib. He also prayed for early recovery of wounded in in attackthe press release said. prime minister also praised courage and resolve of security forces to protect the country’s borders and keep the peace in the country.
Meanwhile, the minister for Interior Rana Sanaullah Khan strongly condemned firing Pakistani-Afghan border incident personnel of Pakistani security forces from Afghanistan.
minister expressed deep sorrow and sorrow over martyrdom of security personnel in cross-border activities of terrorists. He said such incidents are unacceptable and urgent. steps measures must be taken to prevent terrorist activities. He paid tribute to the security forces personnel who sacrificed their lives for for the sake of of the country. He also extended condolences to the families of tortured personnel.