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(ISLAMABAD) — Pakistan’s military says that Indian troops have killed two of its soldiers on the Pakistani side of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir in an “unprovoked” attack.
In a statement Thursday, the military said Pakistani soldiers “befittingly responded to Indian unprovoked firing” — implying they returned fire— along the border, near the villages of Bhimber, Kel and Lipa.
Pakistan and India often trade fire in Kashmir, which is split between the two countries and claimed by both in its entirety.
The incident comes a day after Pakistan said India will “disintegrate” when Kashmir gains independence.
India is trying to isolate Pakistan diplomatically after a recent militant attack in Indian-controlled Kashmir that killed 18 Indian soldiers.
Human Rights Watch is calling on Bangladesh to stop “knee-capping” detainees arrested by the country’s security forces.
In a report published on Thursday, the watchdog group detailed accounts of officers “deliberately shooting” opposition party members and supporters in their legs at close-range, causing the alleged victims permanent damage and in some case amputation of their limbs.
“They’re adopting tactics similar to those once used by the Irish Republican Army and engaging in ‘kneecappings’ of people they have arrested, apparently because they belong to or support an opposition party,” Human Rights Watch’s Asia director Brad Adams said.