Five Pakistani soldiers killed in firing from Afghanistan in Kurram, Pakistan strongly condemns

The Pakistani military says militants from Afghanistan have opened fire on Pakistani troops across the international border in the Kurram district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, killing five soldiers.

Five Pakistani soldiers killed in firing from Afghanistan in Kurram, Pakistan strongly condemns

According to a press release issued by the Army Public Relations (ISPR) on Sunday, "Pakistani troops have responded to the terrorists in an appropriate manner and according to our intelligence reports, the terrorists have suffered heavy casualties.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has condemned the attack on security forces in Kurram district across the Pak-Afghan border.

"The spirit of the security forces is a tribute to the sacrifice," he said. The Taliban government has promised to stop cross-border terrorist activities.

Among those killed in the exchange of fire were Lance Naik Ajab Noor from Karachi, soldier Ziaullah Khan (Lakki Marwat), Sameerullah Khan (Bannu), Naheed Iqbal (Karak) and Sajid Ali (Bahawalnagar). ) Included.'

"Pakistan strongly condemns the use of Afghan territory by terrorists against Pakistan and expects the interim government of Afghanistan to take further action against Pakistan in the future," the ISPR press release said. We will not allow it.

"Pakistan's military is committed to protecting its borders," he said.

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