2 Pakistan Army Soldiers martyred in cross-border attack from Afghanistan

Operation Zarb-e-Azb--- A War against Terrorism2 Pakistan Army Soldiers martyred in cross-border attack from Afghanistan

Two Pakistan Army Soldiers embraced martyrdom in a cross-border attack by terrorists from Afghanistan, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

In a statement on Wednesday, the ISPR said that terrorists from inside Afghanistan crossed the international border and opened fire on a military post in Dwatoi area of North Waziristan.

   

The ISPR said that Pakistan army troops responded to the terrorists attack in a befitting manner.

However, two soldiers including 43-year-old Havaldar Saleem and 35-year-old Lance Naik Pervaiz embraced shahadat.

The ISPR said that Pakistan has consistently been asking Afghanistan to ensure effective border control on their side.

It said that Pakistan strongly condemns the continuous use of Afghan soil for terrorist activities against Pakistan.

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