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Second Lt, sepoy martyred as terrorists open fire on army vehicle in North Waziristan

https://www.dawn.com/news/1376147/two-soldiers-martyred-as-terrorists-open-fire-on-army-vehicle-in-north-waziristan

Dawn.comUpdated December 12, 2017

Lt Moeed, 21, had recently passed out from the Pakistan Military Academy.─DawnNews

Two soldiers were martyred when terrorists opened fire on an army vehicle in Noth Waziristan on Tuesday, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.

Sepoy Basharat had been serving in the military for three years.─DawnNews

Second Lieutenant Abdul Moeed and Sepoy Basharat, both 21, were killed in the incident, the Pakistan Army's media wing added in its statement.

Lt Moeed, a resident of Burewala, Vehari, had recently passed out from the Pakistan Military Academy. Sepoy Basharat, a resident of Danyor village, Gilgit, had been serving in the military for three years, the ISPR statement read.

"Freedom is not free, it costs sons of the soil. Freedom that we enjoy today is owed to so many such brave hearts. Salute to our martyrs," Chief of Army Staff Qamar Jawed Bajwa was quoted as saying in a tweet by Director-General ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor.

Earlier this month, six were killed when an improvised explosive device, reportedly targetting a military vehicle, went off in North Waziristan. The vehicle was carrying three civilian candidates seeking recruitment in the army. The candidates and three bystanders were killed in the attack.

On October 9, in the first major incident in North Waziristan agency's Razmak subdivision since the army launched Zarb-i-Azb military operation in June 2014, three soldiers were martyred and seven others were injured when attackers opened fire on a vehicle of the Frontier Corps

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