India, Pakistan Army exchange heavy fire along LoC in Rajouri


Rajouri (J and K), July 17 (ANI): The Pakistan army yet again resorted to ceasefire violation along the Line of Control (LoC) in Manjakote sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Monday.

"Naik Muddasar Ahmed was a courageous and honest soldier".

Four Army personnel aboard a vehicle fell into Neelum River on Sunday as a result of Indian forces' unprovoked firing, ARY News reported.

Four Pakistani soldiers, one Indian soldier and a child were killed Monday as Indian and Pakistani troops traded fire across a cease-fire line dividing the troubled Kashmir region between the two countries, officials said.

In a separate ceasefire violation, a nine-year-old girl Saida was killed after a shell fired by Pakistani troops hit her house in Behroti area of Balakote sector of Poonch district.

The Indian DGMO highlighted that "all ceasefire violations were initiated by the Pakistan Army and the Indian Army only responded appropriately", an army statement said.

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The girl has been identified as Sajida Kousar.

Local sources said that the indiscriminate cross firing using small arms, automatics and mortars started from 7.30 am and was still on.

During the meeting, both the border guarding forces discussed recent unprovoked firing in Samba sector and other issues related to the border management, the spokesman said.

In May India accused Pakistani forces of killing two soldiers patrolling the LoC and mutilating their bodies. Lance Naik L.N. Ranjit Singh and Rifleman Satish Bhagat were killed in the Pakistani firing in Furkiya area of Chowkibal.

"It was chose to re-energise instant communication between field commanders, whenever required, to resolve petty matters", he said.