No ceasefire violation on Monday

SRINAGAR: The authorities in Jammu and Kashmir denied that there was any ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the international border on Monday as reported by a section of the media.

“Firing practice by BSF troops near the Budwar Border outpost today (Monday) morning created media panic as news reports were flashed that a ceasefire violation had taken place,” a police officer said here.

“There no confirmation that such a violation of the bilateral ceasefire took place today,” the officer added.

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