ISPR rejects Indian armed force boss' case of annihilating affirmed camps in AJK
RAWALPINDI: Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Asif Ghafoor has dismissed the Indian armed force boss' case of annihilating three affirmed camps in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) .
Rejecting the Indian armed force boss' case, the DG ISPR on Sunday tweeted: "Indian COAS' proclamation asserting devastation of 3 affirmed camps in AJK is baffling as he considers a truly capable arrangement."
Gen Ghafoor kept up that there were no camps not to mention focusing on them. He offered the Indian consulate in Pakistan to take any remote negotiator or media to demonstrate it on ground.
He said the affinity of false guarantee by senior Indian military administration particularly since the Pulwama occurrence was impeding to harmony in the area, saying such claims by the Indian Army were being made to suit the vested residential interests. "This is against proficient military ethos," he said.
In any event five regular people and a Pakistani trooper were martyred as Indian soldiers depended on "unpredictable and merciless" shelling from crosswise over LoC in AJK on Sunday.
As per ISPR, one fighter had been martyred in the trading of fire while two others were harmed.
The military's media wing added that because of unmerited truce infringement by India in Jura, Shahkot and Nauseri segments, nine Indian troopers were executed while a few others were harmed and two Indian dugouts were crushed.
The focusing of honest regular folks by Indian Army was an endeavor to legitimize their bogus cases of focusing on supposed camps, as indicated by ISPR.