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In the line of fire: Pakistani soldiers who were killed last night

Seven Pakistani soldiers were killed in ‘unprovoked’ Indian firing across the Line of Control in the Bhimber sector on Sunday night, Inter-Services Public Relations said.

The Pakistan Army responded to Indian firing and targeted Indian posts effectively, ISPR said.

Chief of Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif attended the funeral prayers of the slain soldiers, and ISPR released details of the men who died in the line of fire.


Havaldar Zafar Hussain

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The married father of four children was a resident of Murree.


Havaldar Ibrar Ahmed Awan

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The married father of one daughter was a resident of Muzaffarabad.


Lance Naik Muhammad Shoukat

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The married father of four children was a resident of Haveli Kahuta.


Lance Naik Muhammad Haleem

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The married father of one daughter was resident of Lakki Marwat.


Sepoy Parvaiz Akram

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The married soldier was a resident of Authmuqam.


Sepoy Muhammad Ilyas

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The married father of two children was a resident of Talagang.


Sepoy Muhammad Tanweer

Photo by ISPR.
Photo by ISPR.

The unmarried soldier was resident of Samahni in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

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