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PM Shehbaz condemned the Afghan rocket fire over the Chaman border

The “unprovoked” rocket launch by the Afghan Border Forces that murdered six Pakistanis across the Chaman border was vehemently denounced by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday.

Shehbaz expressed his views on Twitter using his official account. He stated that the “unprovoked shelling and firing” merits “the harshest condemnation,” saying that the “unfortunate” event resulted in the deaths of three Pakistanis and the injuries of more than a dozen others.

The Afghan interim administration was encouraged by the prime minister to “guarantee that similar occurrences are not repeated.”

A day prior, six people were killed and over twenty-four others were injured when Afghan soldiers launched rockets into Pakistani territory from across the Chaman border. The rockets fell in Killi Sheikh Lal Muhammad.

In order to prevent any civilian losses, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) stated in a statement that the Pakistani military responded to the aggression in a methodical manner.

The military’s media wing said that Pakistan has contacted the Afghan government in Kabul to emphasize the seriousness of the issue and urge rigorous measures to prevent a repeat of the tragedy.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah expressed worry over the rocket launch and stated that information about the terrible occurrence was being gathered.

He expressed sorrow over the civilian fatalities and injuries and requested that the Balochistan government give the afflicted people all the assistance they need.

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