In a gunfight with Afghan insurgents in the Kharlachi neighborhood of Kurram District, three Pakistani soldiers were killed, according to a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

According to the statement, "Terrorists from inside Afghanistan crossed the international border and started firing on Pakistani troops in the general Kharlachi, Kurram District." According to the military's media wing, Pakistani Army soldiers dealt with the terrorists in a suitable way.

According to reliable intelligence inputs, the terrorists also sustained significant deaths as a result of their own troops' gunfire, the ISPR continued.Three soldiers from Pakistan, Sepoy Irfan Ullah (27) from Dargai in Malakand, Naik Muhammad Rehman (32) from Karak, and Naik Maweez Khan (34) from Jamrud, Khyber, bravely fought and accepted martyrdom during a firefight between Pakistani forces and the terrorists.

The ISPR issued a statement in which it stated that Pakistan "strongly condemns the exploitation of Afghan soil by terrorists for actions against Pakistan and hopes that Afghan Government will not permit the execution of such activities, in future."

The military branch of the armed forces added that such brave soldier sacrifices further strengthened the Pakistan Army's resolve to "defend its frontiers" against the "threat of terrorism."The election dispute involving the Punjab chief minister was settled by the Supreme Court on merit, according to Pakistan's Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial on Monday. The Supreme Court Bar Association's (SCBA) involvement in the case, he added, was "biassed."
On the eve of the start of the new administrative year, CJP Bandial addressed a full court reference and brought up the Punjab CM's election case, which received condemnation from the political groups. The federation had asked a full court bench, according to the CJP, which was against the law.

The chief justice said that despite the political parties' vehement opposition to Dost Muhammad Mazari's decision, the ruling was overturned. We are aware of the challenges the country is facing, CJP Bandial stated.