Indian ‘aggression’ can’t demoralise people along LoC: PaK PM

Srinagar: Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider has said that “Indian naked aggression” could not demoralise the people along the Line of Control (LoC).

“Indian army is targeting civilian population on our side of the divide to scare them into quitting their homes in forward locations and taking shelter in rear areas. But we want to make it clear to the Indian government that it will fail in her nefarious designs,” he said at a public meeting in Choki village of Bhimber district, Dawn reported.

“The [AJK] government is fully alive to the situation at the LoC and is employing all possible resources for rehabilitation of the people affected by viciousness and unprofessionalism of Indian army,” Haider told the gathering.

He called upon the international community to take notice of “Indian terrorism” and war crimes against the civilian population residing along the LoC in PaK.

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