Representational image | Indian soldiers at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir | PTI
Representational image | Indian soldiers at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir | PTI
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Srinagar: A junior commissioned officer of the army was killed on Wednesday in an unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the LoC in Rampur sector of Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said.

Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked firing in Hajipeer area of Uri around 11.30 am on Wednesday, the sources said.

They said some of the shells fired by Pakistan landed in civilian areas, resulting in injuries to two civilians.

The Indian army personnel responded to the ceasefire violation in adequate measure, the sources said.

Pakistan also violated the ceasefire in nearby Rampur sector, resulting in the death of a JCO, the sources said.


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