Despite Indian hostility, Pakistan presses for peace

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NEW DELHI / ISLAMABAD:

Pakistan experienced yet another blow after unprovoked firing by Indian forces along the working border, Sialkot left at least four civilians dead, the attacks coming a day after ‘Indian spy drone’ was shot down by the military near the Line of Control in Azad Kashmir.

Three people were killed and five more were injured by a bout of cross-border firing by India’s Border Security Force (BSF) on the working boundary near Sialkot, according to the military’s media wing, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

The deceased were identified as Ghulam Mustafa, Rahat and Boota from Malana and Salehpur villages.

 The Foreign office summoned the Indian high commissioner and lodged a strong protest over the cross-border attacks by the Indian forces as well as the airspace violation by the Indian drone the other day.