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The Pakistan army violated ceasefire by shelling with mortars and firing small arms along the LoC.
Pakistani troops resorted to heavy shelling on forward areas along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, injuring soldiers and civilians.
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This is the second major ceasefire violation along the international border this month and comes despite the recent agreement between the DGMOs to implement the 2003 ceasefire in 'letter and spirit'.
Latest deaths in the Pakistani firing raised the casualty figure during ceasefire violations along the border and the Line of Control (LoC) in J&K to 46. Jammu: Two BSF personnel, including an officer, were today killed as Pakistani Rangers targeted Indian posts along the IB here with mortars and firing, a violation which comes nearly a week after DGMOs of both countries agreed to implement the ceasefire pact of 2003 in "letter and spirit". The heavy firing and mortar shelling from across the border in Pragwal area of Akhnoor and nearby Kanachak and Khour sectors also left 10 persons, including a policeman and a woman injured, and forced people to abandon their homes and rush for safer places. Pakistan side resorted to unprovoked firing by targeting forward duty points at International Border (IB) in Pragwal around 0115 hours, causing critical injuries to Assistant Sub-inspector S N Yadav (48) and constable V K...
On the ground, there is no commonly-agreed rule among the Indian and Pakistani armies and the BSF and Pakistan Rangers for counting ceasefire violations.