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Pakistan Chief: We have killed 11 in-reply of 7, called False by India

Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif claimed on Wednesday that his troops killed at least 11 Indian Jawans on the day seven Pakistani soldiers were killed in firing by Indian troops across the Line of Control (LoC). General Raheel given this statement when he was in an informal chat with journalists in the President's House where a banquet was organised by the President in honour of visiting Turkish President.

LoC Image of Jawans

"The day seven of our soldiers were martyred on the border, we killed at least 11 Indian soldiers," he claimed.

He also claimed that Pakistan has killed "40-44 Indian Jawans" in the current clashes but Indian Army refusing to accept its own casualties. General Raheel warned India and said "show courage and own the deaths of its security personnel".

"The Indian army should man up and accept their losses," he said.

Pakistan Army Chief, who is going to retire later this month, advised Modi that, these "aggressive actions" will not bear any results. Pakistan had claimed that seven of its soldiers were killed at the LoC in an alleged ceasefire violation by Indian Troops on 13th of November.

It was the rarest time when a Pakistan Chief Officers came into media and given statement.

Update: Indian Army have called their statement as false

Indian Army have rejected the claims made by the Chief of Pakistan Army that they have killed 11 Indian soldiers on 14th of November. The clearance have been made after Pakistan's Chief of Army statement that, "The day seven of our soldiers were martyred on the border, we killed at least 11 Indian soldiers". 

Northern Command confirmed it in a tweet, "No fatal casualties due to Pak firing on 14,15 or 16 Nov. Pak Army Chief claim of killing Indian soldiers on 14 Nov false.@adgpi".

Keywords : Pakistan, 14th November, India Rejected the claims, Pakistan Chief, Indian Army, Pakistani Soldiers

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