New Delhi: Taking a cue from its earlier stands on such incidents, Pakistan has once again Pakistan denied any role in the Tuesday’s killing of two Indian soldiers near LoC.

Its Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar rejected the charges of Pakistan’s involvement saying, “The incident took place on the other side of the border and India should investigate the matter.”

She added that Pakistan has completed the probe regarding the Line of Control incident and the country also offered to have inquiry done from a third party.

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Khar also questioned the Indian reaction to the incident and said it was not proper. “Three days back, Lance Naik Aslam was brutally murdered because of Indian firing, 400 kms inside Pakistani territory. The Pakistan asked India for an explanation. But we didn’t see any reaction. We believe that these things must be dealt in a responsible manner,” the minister said.

The incident happened at about 12.30 pm on Tuesday in Mendhar sector of Poonch district, about 250 km northwest of Jammu.

(JPN)

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