Pakistan claims 50 Afghan soldiers killed in limit clashes

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The Pakistani army pronounced currently it has killed over 50 Afghan soldiers nearby a limit between a dual countries, as tensions between a dual army escalated after clashes progressing this week killed 10 Pakistani civilians. Major Gen Nadeem Ahmed pronounced some-more than 100 Afghan soldiers were also harmed in a retaliatory conflict by a army to a banishment by Afghan army on Friday in a Balochistan province.

Ahmed, however, told reporters he was “not happy” about a occurrence as “Afghans are Muslims, a brothers.”

Afghan and Pakistani confidence army have been fighting given Friday when 10 Pakistani civilians were killed and some-more than 40 people, including women and children, were harmed in in banishment by Afghan army on Pakistani census workers and a infantry escorting them during limit villages in Balochistan.

The occurrence noted a latest turn of escalation of limit tensions between a dual countries, that mostly credit any other of sheltering terrorists who launch lethal cross-border attacks on any other’s soils. Both a countries repudiate a accusations.

Separately, Commander of a Southern Command Lt Gen Amir Riaz pronounced a Pakistan Army broken 5 Afghan checkposts.

“Anyone who tries to make Pakistan’s domain doubtful will face identical consequences,” Lt Gen Riaz told reporters during a revisit to Chaman, where a Friday clashes took place.

To a doubt on a closure of a limit channel indicate Bab-e-Dosti, Gen Riaz pronounced it will sojourn close unless a conditions improves in a area. “The limit will sojourn sealed until Afghanistan changes a behaviour,” he said.

Yesterday, Pakistan’s Defence Minister Khawaja Asif pronounced his nation would respond now and effectively to cross-border attacks by Afghan army on a census team.

Major Gen Ahmed pronounced currently that Pakistan had sensitive a Afghan side about a census group in limit villages though their limit military sneaked into Pakistan area and “used locals as tellurian shields so that they could make a position for attacks.”

He pronounced a census had been going on in a limit areas for 4 days until Apr 29 when a Afghan army started to impede a process.

He claimed that Pakistan attempted to solve a emanate by talks though a Afghan army resorted to force first. But a Frontier Corps cumulative a area Afghan soldiers had infiltrated on Friday.

“I wish to make to transparent that not even an in. of a land is negotiable. we wish they have learnt a lesson,” he said.

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