Indian Army rubbishes claim of killing Pak soldiers

"No fatal casualties have been reported due to Pakistan firing on November 14, 15 and 16", an army official said while rubbishing the report.

Indian Army has denied Pakistan's claim that it killed at least 11 Indian soldiers on Monday, the day 7 Pakistani Rangers were killed in cross-border firing across LoC.

Indian Army has dismissed Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif's claims of Killing 11 Indian soldiers.

Gen Sharif dared the Indian Army to "accept their losses", stressing that the "Pakistan army accepts and owns its casualties", the Dawn said.

Earlier on November 14, Pakistan said seven of its soldiers were killed in firing by Indian troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.

General Raheel made the claim in an informal chat with journalists in the President House where a banquet was organised by the President in honour of visiting Turkish President.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Wednesday advised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to show courage and own the deaths of its security personnel during the recent border skirmishes with Pakistan Army.

According to media reports, Indian army used heavy artillery firing to respond to unprovoked firing from Pakistan in the Bhimber sector along the Line of Control in Kashmir. This news story is related to Latest/165591-Killing-of-11-soldiers-Indian-Army-still-in-denial-mode/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne.

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