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Indian Army fires at helicopter of Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haidar

India fires at helicopter of Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir

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Muzafarabad, Azad Kashmir: Indian forces tried to target helicopter of Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir on Sunday afternoon when he was travelling close to Line of Control, claim sources.

According to sources, Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haidar was travelling in his official white colour civilian helicopter on Sunday afternoon along with Line of Control and his pilot drifted towards ridge and Indian Army which is facing “Anxiety disorder”  opened fire on civilian white colour helicopter of Prime Minister Azad Kashmir around 1210 noon Sunday September 30, 2018. However, no hurt to helicopter is reported.

According to sources, Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haidar was travelling in his official helicopter in Tarori area along with Line of Control (LoC) where he went for condolence.

“We heard heavy fire sounds and saw white helicopter in sky and felt that fire was coming across the LoC from India side”, said Aziz Raja, a local resident of Tarori when asked to comment on this news.

Grave Situation at LoC

According to available information, Indian Army is deploying extra troops, gunship helicopters, military cargo choppers, medium to heavy ammunition batteries and military ration depots along with its Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan in Kashmir valley, reports Russian language media.

According to information available in Russian language media, Pakistan and Indian troops are once again approaching “eye ball to eye ball” standup situation as heavy mobilization of Indian troops on Neelum/Jhelum valleys is reported. However, Indian Army is not sharing real situation with media and is avoiding commenting on situation at Indo-Pak Line of Control in Kashmir Valley.

India is cowardly enemy said PM Azad Kashmir

Responding to this story, PM Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haidar said that his staff and helicopter was safely landed at Haveli (a local spot). He said that his pilot did not violate LoC demarcation and it was a cowardly act of Indian army to target a Civilian White colour helicopter which is under the use of of PM Azad Kashmir.

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