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  1. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/995bda07e628c938e1d27f1611ee72b9.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTIvMTIvMjAxNyAxMTo0NDozNiBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPUQ0eTlvdnAyWkFVNW5OOXZPRThhbkE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] The mother of 21-year-old Second Lieutenant Abdul Moeed Shaheed told Geo News she is proud of her son and the profession he chose. Speaking about her son, who was martyred in a terrorist attack in North Waziristan, she said Moeed "earned respect for himself and us". The eldest of four siblings, Moeed would always get gifts for them and repeatedly ask his mother to tell him what she wanted, the mother recalled. "He took really good care of all of us. He would always serve me and fill my plate before his own," she said further. Earlier today, the army said Moeed and Sepoy Basharat, also 21, were martyred in a terrorist attack in North Waziristan Agency. Two army officials martyred in North Waziristan attack 2nd Lt Abdul Moeed and Sepoy Basharat's vehicle was attacked by terrorists Moeed, who had recently graduated from the Pakistan Military Academy in the 136 Long Course, hailed from Burewala, Vehari. According to a message on Facebook from Moeed's cousin, the deceased hailed from the 4 Northern Light Infantry unit. Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa stated that, "Freedom isn't free, it costs sons of the soil. Freedom that we enjoy today is owed to so many such bravehearts. Salute to our Martyrs," said a tweet sent out by DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor.
  2. The martyred officials. Photo: ISPR RAWALPINDI: Two officials of Pakistan Army were martyred in a terrorist attack in North Waziristan Agency, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Monday. The ISPR said that Second Lieutenant Abdul Moeed and Sepoy Basharat were martyred after terrorists fired on their vehicle from the surrounding mountains. Sepoy Basharat, 21, is from Danyor village of Gilgit-Baltistan while Majeed, also 21, hailed from Burewala, Vehari. Moeed had recently graduated from the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul, while Basharat had three years of military service. North Waziristan was cleared of militants recently after the Pakistan Army launched Operation Zarb-e-Azb in June 2014. Pakistan Army captain, sepoy martyred in cross-border attack from Afghanistan Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Reham were martyred in the attack on a border post The agency, like others in the mountainous tribal areas, borders the restive provinces of Afghanistan from where cross-border attacks are launched frequently. Frequent attacks On November 13, a cross-border attack in Bajaur Agency led to the martyrdom of Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham. Four other army troops were said to have been injured in the attack. Following the attack, DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor, in a series of tweets, said Pakistan has done its part and has cleared areas on its side of the border from terrorist presence. He referred to the attack as the price Pakistan is paying for the security vacuum on the Afghan side of the border. On Nov 9, sepoy Mohammad Ilyas was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. Lt Arsalan Alam Shaheed buried with full military honours in native village The 22-year-old officer was martyred in a cross-border attack in Khyber Agency On October 3, another soldier embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on his post. The incident had occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali. On September 23, another officer embraced martyrdom during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency. Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post when he got hit, was 22 years old.
  3. SRINAGAR: At least three people, including a woman, were martyred by the Indian troops in Handwara area of Kupwara district, informed Kashmir Media Services on Monday. The brutal killings took place in a joint operation by Indian army, police and Indian paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force in Younsu village of Handwara. Director General of Police (DGP) S P Vaid claimed that the three youth were killed in an encounter with the troops. A woman, identified as Misra Bano, was also martyred in firing by the troops in the area. Meanwhile, Indian police arrested a freelance French journalist occupied Kashmir after he was found filming for a documentary. Comiti Paul Edward was arrested late Sunday in the Kothibagh area of Srinagar, Senior Superintendent of Police Imtiyaz Ismael Parray informed. A case has been registered under the Passport Act and the French embassy has been informed about the arrest, Parray said. Edward was shooting a documentary on occupied Kashmir and had met Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, pellet gun victims and captured stone pelting incidents in Srinagar, said a senior police official, who did not wish to be named. More than 3,800 people have been wounded and one killed by shotgun pellets since protests against Indian rule erupted in the occupied territory last year, with more than 100 left partially or fully blinded, official figures show.
  4. RAWALPINDI: Indian forces targeted a funeral procession in fresh violation of the ceasefire agreement late Thursday resulting in martyrdom of two Pakistani civilians, the Inter-Services Public Relations said in a statement. Indian army targeted the funeral procession in Chaffar village in Chirikot sector along the Line of Control (LoC), the ISPR said in a statement. As a consequence, two civilians embraced martyrdom, while a woman was injured. In retaliation, Pakistan Army targeted Indian posts from where the unprovoked fire initiated, the statement read. The retaliatory fire destroyed an Indian post leaving at least one Indian troop dead, and four to five other soldiers wounded, it added.
  5. KHUSHAB: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited on Saturday the home of deceased Major Mohammad Ishaq, who was martyred in an exchange of fire during a search operation at a terrorist hideout in Dera Ismail Khan on November 22. According to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) press release, the COAS visited the home of the martyred soldier in Khushab, Punjab, to offer prayers for the departed soul. The COAS was accompanied by Corps Commander Lt Gen Amir Riaz. The army chief said that the sacrifices rendered by our soldiers have strengthened the resolve of the nation. He further said that terrorists, through cowardly acts, cannot weaken the resolve of the nation, adding that the terrorists will be defeated at any cost. The 28-year-old martyr, Major Ishaq, had lost his life during a search operation at a terrorist hideout in Kulachi, Dera Ismail Khan. Late Major Ishaq, belonged to Khushab, Punjab, and has left behind a widow and an infant. The martyred official is the fourth officer to be killed in the line of duty in the past three months. On November 13, Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham were martyred in a cross-border attack by terrorists from Afghanistan in Bajaur Agency. Four other troops were injured in the assault on the border post. On Nov 9, sepoy Mohammad Ilyas was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. On October 3, another soldier had embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on a post. The incident had occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali. On September 23, another officer embraced martyrdom during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency. Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post got hit ? he was 22 years old.
  6. COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa (Left), father of martyred Lt Arsalan (Right), who breathed his last on Wednesday, Nov 29. ? ISPR RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Wednesday expressed sorrow over the demise of father of martyred Lieutenant Arsalan, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Lt Arsalan Alam Shaheed. Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, a 22-year-old Pak Army officer who hailed from Murree, embraced martyrdom on September 23, while commanding a post in Rajgal valley of Khyber Agency, which borders Afghanistan. The post had come under attack by terrorists from the Afghan side of the border. The father of the martyred officer, who the ISPR said was the only man left in the family, breathed his last on Wednesday. Lt Arsalan Alam Shaheed buried with full military honours in native village The 22-year-old officer was martyred in a cross-border attack in Khyber Agency PM Abbasi visits family of martyred Lt Arsalan, offers condolences The premier assures provision of gas to martyred officer's native village in Murree "COAS deeply saddened on demise of father of Shaheed Lt Arsalan," the DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said in a tweet, adding, "Not only by the soldiers, sacrifices by our families continue." "Pakistan Army holds every jawan as its family," the military's public relations wing said in a statement. "The army also considers family of a martyr as its own," it added.
  7. Officials of security forces. Photo: AFP/File SIBI: Two security officials were martyred on Wednesday in the Sangan area of Sibi, Balochistan. Officials said the incident occurred after a roadside bomb exploded near a vehicle of the security forces. Two security officials are said to have been martyred in the attack while three have been injured. The site of the incident was cordoned off by security forces and a search operation is under way. Security forces are often targetted in Balochistan, where an insurgency is under way.
  8. The explosion took place near a bus stand, and the nature of the explosion is being ascertained, police said QUETTA: Four people including a child were martyred in a blast at the city?s Sariab Road, police said. Women are among the over dozen people injured in the blast. The explosion reportedly took place near a bus stand. Initial reports after observing the blast site suggest that a security forces vehicle was targetted by a suicide attacker. This is a developing story and details will be added as reports are received.
  9. Major Ishaq, the army major martyred during a search operation in Dera Ismail Khan, will be laid to rest with full military honors after funeral prayers at Ayub Stadium in Lahore today. The soldier embraced martyrdom in an exchange of fire during a search operation at a terrorist hideout in Kulachi, Dera Ismail Khan on Wednesday. The 28-year-old martyr belonged to Khushab, Punjab, and has left behind a widow and an infant. The funeral prayer of the deceased was also held at Dera Ismail Khan, and was attended by Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and other high-ranking officials, including Corps Commander Peshawar Lt Gen Nazir Butt. In his tweet, the ISPR chief said, "We have a sacred duty at hand of cleansing & defending our motherland; WE SHALL DO IT". In a follow-on tweet, Ghafoor reiterated that sacrifices by the martyrs of the motherland will not go in vain or will be compromised upon. The martyred official is the fourth officer to be killed in the line of duty in the past three months. On November 13, Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham were martyred in a cross-border attack by terrorists from Afghanistan in Bajaur Agency. Four other troops were injured in the assault on the border post. On Nov 9, sepoy Mohammad Ilyas was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. On October 3, another soldier had embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on a post. The incident had occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali. On September 23, another officer embraced martyrdom during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency. Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post when he got hit, was 22 years old. On August 9, a major and three soldiers laid down their lives during a military operation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Major Ali Salman ? who hailed from a 'secret agency' ? was leading a team in an anti-terrorist operation in Timergara, Dir when a suicide bomber attacked them.
  10. Major Ishaq. Photo: ISPR ISLAMABAD: An army major embraced martyrdom in an exchange of fire during a search operation at a terrorist hideout in Kulachi, Dera Ismail Khan on Wednesday, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor tweeted. The 28-year-old martyr, Major Ishaq, belonged to Khushab, Punjab, and has left behind a widow and an infant. The martyred major's funeral was held in DI Khan and attended by the army chief and senior officials The funeral prayer of the deceased was held at Dera Ismail Khan, and was attended by Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and other high-ranking officials, including Corps Commander Peshawar Lt Gen Nazir Butt. In his tweet, the ISPR chief said, "We have a sacred duty at hand of cleansing & defending our motherland; WE SHALL DO IT". The martyred official is the fourth officer to be killed in the line of duty in the past three months. On November 13, Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham were martyred in a cross-border attack by terrorists from Afghanistan in Bajaur Agency. Pakistan Army captain, sepoy martyred in cross-border attack from Afghanistan Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Reham were martyred in the attack on a border post Four other troops were injured in the assault on the border post. On Nov 9, sepoy Mohammad Ilyas was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. On October 3, another soldier had embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on a post. The incident had occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali. On September 23, another officer embraced martyrdom during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency. 22-year-old Army officer martyred in Khyber Agency Terrorists fired from across the border at Pakistani post in Rajgal, martyring Lt Arsalan Alam: ISPR Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post when he got hit, was 22 years old. On August 9, a major and three soldiers laid down their lives during a military operation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Major Ali Salman ? who hailed from a 'secret agency' ? was leading a team in an anti-terrorist operation in Timergara, Dir when a suicide bomber attacked them.
  11. RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Friday met the family of martyred Captain Junaid Hafeez in Islamabad, the Inter-Services Public Relations said in a statement. Captain Junaid Hafeez, along with Sepoy Raham, embraced martyrdom while repulsing a cross-border terrorist attack on a Pakistani border post in Bajaur Agency from Afghanistan. At least eight terrorists were also killed in the attack on Monday. The army chief Friday met with the family of martyred officer in Islamabad. Pakistan Army captain, sepoy martyred in cross-border attack from Afghanistan Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Reham were martyred in the attack on a border post He paid rich tribute to Captain Junaid Hafeez and his family for their great sacrifice for the motherland. General Bajwa also laid a wreath on the grave of the martyred officer. Following the attack, DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor had said that Pakistan had done its part and had cleared areas on its side of the border from terrorist presence. In a series of tweets, he had referred to the martyrdom of the soldiers as the price Pakistan is paying for the security vacuum on the Afghan side of the border. The DG ISPR had stressed the need for more efforts and enhanced presence along the border by all stakeholders, to avert such incidents.
  12. Late SP Investigation Mohammad Ilyas. Photo: File QUETTA: SP Investigation Mohammad Ilyas, a senior police official martyred in a terror attack in the Nawa Kali area of the provincial capital, will be buried today after Zuhur prayers. SP Ilyas' wife, son and grandson were also martyred in the attack. Their funeral prayers and burial will also be held today. The police officer?s son, Adeel Ahmed, was a practicing lawyer in Quetta. Meanwhile, in reaction to the incident, different lawyer organisations have announced boycott of judicial proceedings. SP lyas is the second senior police official assassinated in Quetta in the span of a week. Last week, a senior police officer was among three officials martyred in a suicide attack on Quetta's airport road. Around eight others, including police officials, were said to be injured in the attack on the vehicle of the senior police officer. DIG Hamid Shakeel, who was heading the motor transport and telecommunications department, and two other police officials were martyred when the DIG's convoy was targetted in a bomb attack. Police frequent target in Quetta Police are often targeted by terrorist attacks in Balochistan. In an earlier attack, eight policemen were martyred after unidentified attackers rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into their truck. Over 20 others were wounded in the bombing, according to hospital authorities. In August this year, a massive suicide explosion, targeting Pakistan Army personnel in Quetta, left 15 people dead ? including seven civilians ? and injured at least 20 people. The blast, which reportedly took place in a vehicle, occurred at the Pishin bus stop, causing cars in the surroundings to catch fire soon after. In June this year, fourteen people, including seven policemen, were killed and 21 injured in a suicide car bombing near the office of the inspector general of police Balochistan on Gulistan Road.
  13. ISLAMABAD: Funeral prayers of Captain Junaid Hafeez, the soldier martyred in an attack on a border post of the Pakistan Army by terrorists from Afghanistan, were held on Tuesday. Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal and Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Tariq Fazal Chaudhry attended the prayers. Along with Captain Hafeez, Sepoy Raham also embraced martyrdom in the attack. Four other Army troops were injured in the assault on the border post. At least eight terrorists were also killed in the attack and others were injured in retaliatory fire from the Army. The Army's media wing added that remaining terrorists withdrew across the border after sustaining casualties. "Absence of Afghan writ on Afghan side of the border like many other areas facilitate terrorists to undertake such attempts," said the ISPR. More efforts required on Afghanistan's side of border DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor, in a series of tweets, said Pakistan has done its part and has cleared areas on its side of the border from terrorist presence. He referred to the martyrdom of the soldiers as the price Pakistan is paying for the security vacuum on the Afghan side of the border. Elaborating further, he said more efforts and enhanced presence along the border is required by all stakeholders, including establishments of new posts, border fencing and increased patrolling.
  14. RAWALPINDI: A cross-border attack by terrorist from Afghanistan in Pakistan's Bajaur Agency led to the martyrdom of two Pakistan Army troops, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Monday. Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham were martyred in the attack on a border post of the Pakistan Army. At least eight terrorists were also killed in the attack and others were injured in retaliatory fire from the Army. The Army's media wing added that remaining terrorists withdrew across the border after sustaining casualties. Attacks originating from Afghanistan by militants have become more regular as militants have established sanctuaries in Afghanistan. On Nov 9, an Army sepoy, Mohammad Ilyas, was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. Pakistani soldier martyred, 5 terrorists killed in Khyber Agency Terrorists exploited the absence of any control in Afghan border areas, says ISPR Terrorists had opened fire at multiple places at the newly established Pakistani posts in Rajgal Valley, exploiting the absence of any control in Afghan border areas. On October 3, another soldier had embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on a border post. The incident had occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali. The army in August announced the successful completion of Operation Khyber-4 in the Rajgal area of Khyber Agency. In a press conference, Director-General ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor had announced that 253 square kilometers had been cleared of militants' presence. In order to create a more permanent security presence in the volatile area, the army also set up 91 check posts in Rajgal Valley. Operation Khyber-4 was launched to stop infiltration of terrorists from across the Pak-Afghan border.
  15. Muhammad Ilyas - Photo ISPR A Pakistani sepoy Muhammad Ilyas was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. According to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) press release, terrorists opened fire at multiple places at the newly established Pakistani posts in Rajgal Valley, exploiting the absence of any control in Afghan border areas. The ISPR added that the Pakistan Army responded effectively and there were reports of five terrorists killed and four injured.
  16. Indian army officials during an operation in IoK. Photo: Reuters/File SRINAGAR: Indian troops martyred two youth in Baramulla district of occupied Kashmir on Sunday, the Kashmir Media Service reported. The youth were killed in Uri area of the district during a siege and cordon operation in the area. An Indian army spokesman in a statement in Srinagar claimed that the youth were killed during a gunfight. However, the identity of the martyred youth could not be ascertained, immediately. Indian troops have killed three youth in Kashmir in the past two days. Earlier, they killed a youth in Machil area of Kupwara district on Friday. Meanwhile, a policeman was killed and another injured in an attack outside a police station at Rajpora in Pulwama district yesterday. A police official said that a police party was targeted outside the police station, eight kilometres from Pulwama town. ?Two cops were injured in the attack. Both of them were shifted to Pulwama district hospital immediately where from they were airlifted to Srinagar,? he added. He said that one injured, Constable Abdul Salam Khan, succumbed to his injuries in the evening.
  17. Photo: File SOUTH WAZIRISTAN: A soldier was martyred and another injured in a bomb attack in South Waziristan on Monday. According to sources, a remote-controlled device targeted a vehicle of the security forces when it was on routine patrol. South Waziristan Agency borders Afghanistan's Paktika province and has been a hub of militancy. An operation was launched in 2009 to clear the area of militants. However, sporadic attacks against the security forces still take place. In 2014, the army launched another operation in the restive North Waziristan Agency following which it, too, was cleared of militants.
  18. RAWALPINDI: Indian forces on Tuesday resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC), the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said, in martyrdom of two Pakistani civilians. The fresh violation of the ceasefire agreement by Indian forces was committed in Naukot and Qaisarkot areas of Lipa valley, the ISPR said in a statement. The cross-border firing resulted in martyrdom of two Pakistani civilians and caused injuries to six others, the statement read. Pakistan Army responded to the violation in a fitting manner, causing heavy damage to four Indian border posts, it added. NSC expresses concern over repeated Indian violations along LoC Meeting participants condemned the Indian atrocities against Kashmiris Pakistan has time and again expressed concerns and protested over the ceasefire violations and targeting of its civilians. Last month, top civilian and military leaders of the country had expressed serious concerns over repeated violations by India of the ceasefire agreement along the LoC. The meeting of the National Security Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, had also condemned Indian atrocities against the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir. The cross-border firing and shelling by Indian forces along the LoC has resulted in martyrdom of several people, the NSC had noted.
  19. NANKANA SAHIB: Captain Hasnain, who was martyred in a blast in Kurram Agency along with three other soldiers Sunday morning, has been laid to rest in his native town with full military honours. Four security officials were martyred and three injured in Kharlachi area of Kurram Agency Sunday morning, when an improvised electronic device (IED) blast targetted military troops stationed in the area. Four FC officials, including captain, martyred in Kurram Agency ISPR said the troops were on the hunt for the handlers of the Canadian-American Captain Hasnain, who was injured in the explosion, succumbed to his injuries at Agency Headquarters Hospital in Parachinar, the headquarters of Kurram Agency. The funeral prayers for the martyred officer were held in his native village Dholar Wala, which were attended by civilian and military officials and a large number of citizens. Military troops paid salute to Captain Hasnain Shaheed, following which he was laid to rest with full military honours.
  20. Pakistani security officials in the border areas. Photo: AFP/File KURRAM: Three landmine explosions in Kurram Agency resulted in the deaths of three security personnel. Officials of the political administration in Kurram Agency said the explosions, caused by landmines, occurred in the border town of Kharlachi as the Frontier Corps troops were on a patrol. Bodies of the martyred officials and the injured were taken to a hospital in the agency's headquarters, Parachinar. A search operation was launched by security forces after the incident. Four security officials injured in roadside blast in Kurram Agency The officials were on routine patrol near the Afghan border when the incident occurred On September 27 this year, four security personnel were injured when two roadside bombs exploded near their vehicle close to the Afghan border in Kurram Agency. Officials of the political administration said the incident occurred in Shorki, Lower Kurram. Kurram Agency borders three provinces of Afghanistan and witnesses several cross-border attacks.
  21. QUETTA: One policeman was martyred and two others along with a boy were injured in a firing incident on Faqir Mohammad Road today. According to the SSP Operations, the deceased policeman was in critical condition when he was brought to the hospital while the boy injured in the incident was a bystander. The injured are being treated at Civil Hospital, Quetta, according to rescue officials. Police are often targetted in gun and bomb attacks in the provincial capital. Earlier today, the suspected facilitator of the 2016 Civil Hospital bombing was killed in a shootout by the Counter Terrorism Department in Quetta. Police officials said the encounter took place on Qambrani Road, and led to the death of Asfandyar and the arrest of another accomplice. Officials said explosives and arms were recovered from the two. Balochistan Chief Minister Nawaz Sanaullah Zehri appreciated the police operation.
  22. Two Kashmiris were killed in a gunfight with Indian security forces in Bandipora district on early Wednesday morning, according to the Indian media. Moreover, two Indian Air Force commandos also died as a result of the encounter with Kashmiri separatists in Bandipora district early Wednesday morning, Hindustan Times reported. The commandos were part of a joint security team, which included army and police personnel. According to reports, this is the first time Air Force commandos have been killed in an encounter in Kashmir. The two men were injured in a gunfight with the separatists but later died of their serious wounds. The local Indian security forces claim that two 'militants' were also killed during the ambush. The Kashmir Media Service also reported the killing of a youth in Keran area of Kupwara district. On September 2016, as many as 19 Indian soldiers were killed in an attack on the Uri army base. The Indian army camp was attacked by grenades thrown by the attackers. Indian media claimed that the attackers were killed during an operation after the attack.
  23. Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa lays a wreath on the grave of Naib Subedar Muhammad Nadeem Shaheed. ? ISPR RAWALPINDI/JHELUM: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Monday visited family of a junior commissioned officer (JCO), who had come under Indian shelling and embraced martyrdom in Rakh Chikri sector along the Line of Control (LoC) on Sept. 29, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said. General Bajwa visited the family of Naib Subedar Muhammad Nadeem Shaheed at their village Chah Ganja in Jhelum district of Punjab, the ISPR said in a statement. The COAS laid a wreath on the grave of the martyr, offered dua and interacted with the brave family, the statement read. The unprovoked Indian firing, in Rakh Chikri area of Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir, had targeted civilian population through heavy weapons, resulting in martyrdom of two civilians. Soldier, two civilians martyred in Indian firing across LoC Pak Army gives a fitting response to Indian hostility targeting enemy posts which engaged civilian population Naib Subedar Nadeem had embraced martyrdom while assisting evacuation of civilians who had also been injured because of the cross-border firing and shelling on Sept. 29. The army chief lauded the martyred JCO saying, "Naib Subedar Nadeem lived up to the commitment of Pakistan Army by laying his life while protecting our innocent brothers along LoC, who are being cowardly targeted by Indian Army." The Pakistan Army had given a fitting response to Indian hostility following martyrdom of one soldier and two civilians. In retaliation, Pakistani troops had targeted enemy posts which engaged civilian population, with reports suggesting casualties on the Indian side. Pakistan has time and again expressed concerns and protested with over the ceasefire violations and targeting of its civilians, but Indian forces continue to frequently violate the ceasefire agreement along the LoC and Working Boundary.
  24. Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa meets the family of martyred Lieutenant Colonel Amer Wahid at their residence in Lahore, Pakistan, October 6, 2017. Geo.tv via Inter-Services Public Relations RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday paid a visit to the grieving family of Lieutenant Colonel Amer Wahid (shaheed), who embraced martyrdom in the September 4 terrorist attack in Balochistan's Panjgur area. General Bajwa offered his condolences to the bereaved relatives and offered Fateha prayers for the martyred. "Our fight against terrorism shall continue till the achievement of enduring peace and stability," he reiterated. The COAS noted that the supreme sacrifices rendered by officers and men of the Pakistan Army shall never go to waste.
  25. RAWALPINDI: A soldier of the Pakistan Army embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on an Army border post, a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations said on Tuesday. The incident occurred at the recently cleared area around Mustil pass, an important passage from Afghanistan into Rajgal, in Khyber Agency. The martyred soldier was identified by ISPR as Naib Subedar Azher Ali, whose funeral prayers will be offered at Peshawar Garrison. Deceased has been identified as naib subedar Azher Ali. Photo: ISPR The "jasde khaki of shaheed will be taken to his native town where shaheed will be laid to rest with full military honour," said the Pakistan Army's media cell. On September 23, a 22-year-old soldier of the Pakistan Army, Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, was martyred during firing by terrorists from across the border in Rajgal, Khyber Agency, according to ISPR. Terrorists fired from across the border on the newly established Pakistani border post in Rajgal, martyring Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, who was commanding the post when he got hit, the ISPR had said. On Sunday, the army chief discussed regional security, among other issues, with President Ashraf Ghani during his day-long visit to Kabul. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said both sides reviewed the prevailing security environment in the region and the bilateral relationship between the two countries. The army chief offered Pakistan?s complete support in achieving shared interests in the war against terrorism, including training and capacity building of the Afghan security forces.