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Pakistan’s Army Chief vows to respond aggressively against ceasefire violations by India

Pakistan’s of General Qamar Bajwa visited the and interacted with the troops on Tuesday, shared by the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR).

The military’s media wing quoted the army chief as saying.“Pakistan will do its duty to protect people of and Azad against all forms of aggression.”

He further said that and its armed forces will continue its solidarity with the people of Occupied who are struggling for their right of self determination.

The General also directed his troops to respond to any ceasefire violation done by forces. “The targeting of civilians along is deliberate and highly reprehensible,” he added.

Regarding the issue of India’s involvement in Pakistan, the army chief said, “We are fully aware of design and her support to in and the region.”

He also pointed towards the caught last year,Kulbhushan Yadev and said:

“Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev is one such evidence of these efforts and his case will be taken to the logical conclusion.”

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