A soldier of Pakistan Army, who was stationed in Saudi Arabia, succumbed on Friday after a grenade explosion injured him, a media report said.
Muhammad Ishaq, a Hawaldar of Pakistan army – who hailed from the village of Kot Islam, Ghagh – was dispatched on a special mission to the Kingdom some two months back.
The army personnel breathed his last after a grenade exploded and his body would be transported to Pakistan on Monday, the report said.
According to leading daily Nawa-i-Waqt, army officials had informed victim’s family of the death of Ishaq.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Army Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi would be leaving for a single day tour to Saudi Arabi on Saturday to inspect the military drills of 41-nation Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition, the report added.