Pakistani troops opened unprovoked firing on forward Indian positions along the LoC and the International Border (IB) thrice in 24 hours, injuring a BSF personnel in Jammu region.
This is the first instance of ceasefire violation after Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar last week visited forward areas of the state, including Poonch, sources said.
- Ceasefire violation in Poonch: Jawan, porter killed, 8 injured in mortar shelling from Pakistan
- Three Army jawans injured as Pakistan shells LoC areas
- Two BSF jawans among 5 injured in Pakistan shelling along Line of Control, IB
- Pakistan ceasefire violation: Two porters injured along LoC in Poonch district
- Pakistan resorts to ceasefire violation in Poonch district along LoC
- Pakistani troops target Indian posts along Line of Control, no casualties reported
Pakistani troops first resorted to firing from across the LoC in Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch around midnight Sunday. The firing continued for half an hour and restarted at 6 am. They also resorted to unprovoked firing on forward Indian positions along the IB in Hiranagar on Monday at around 11.20 am, and BSF constable A K Rabha was injured in the firing. The ceasefire violation in Poonch took place in the same area where Army had, a few days ago, foiled an infiltration attempt and killed a militant.