Indian Army Killed POK Citizens Who Crossed The LOC By Mistake? Here Is The Truth

Pakistani media is spreading a false narrative alleging that Azad Kashmir citizens, who unintentionally crossed the Line of Control (LOC) were killed by the Indian Army.

SUNO NEWS HD (“@suno_newshd“) tweeted “Indian Army killed Azad Kashmir citizens who crossed the Line of Control by mistake #India #Kashmir #LOC #SUNONEWSHD” after sharing the video. The user made the claim on twitter on Oct 28, 2023. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Reality About the Incident? : Fact

The truth is that three people were injured by Pakistani Rangers opening fire along the J&K border, including two BSF jawans.

The Indian Express published an article on this incident with the headline “3, including 2 BSF jawans, injured as Pak Rangers open fire along border in J&K’s Arnia, RS Pura sectors”.

This incident originated in the Arnia, RS Pura sectors. Numerous residents were forced to flee their homes as a result of the unprovoked ceasefire violation, which occurred almost 2.5 years ago. Initially aiming for almost six locations, Pakistan began firing at midnight in the Suchetgarh sector.
A group of people was escorted by Pakistani Rangers close to the international border on their side.But the BSF fired warning shots and made them retreat.

The news article by The Indian Express, published on Oct 27, 2023, gave a clarity about the incident.

We also visited news INTERVENTION which attached the picture of Pashtuns opposing the checking of passports at the Pakistan-Afghan border. The protest against the mandatory passport checks at the Pakistan-Afghan border began on October 21 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Chaman district, which serves as a main route for the trans-Durand trader movement.In recent months, a number of issues have brought Pakistan and the Pashtuns together. The Pashtuns have organised a fresh protest against the checking of passports at the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Fake news is being spread on POK by Pakistani media in order to hide ceasefire violations and Pashtun protests in Chaman.

Conclusion:

Claim : Misinformation about the Indian Army killing citizens of Azad Kashmir who unintentionally crossed the LOC is being disseminated by Pakistani media.

Fact : The truth is that three people—including two BSF jawans—were injured when Pakistani Rangers opened fire near the J&K border. This is an incident from Arnia, RS Pura sectors.

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