Pak Rangers Open Fire On Indian Posts

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Jammu: India on Friday said Pakistan has violated ceasefire yet again in Pallanwallan sector in Akhnoor region of Kashmir. This is the fifth ceasefire violation in the last 48 hours. The ceasefire was violated sometime between 12 am to 2 am on Friday.

Pakistan Rangers restored to indiscriminate firing at Indian positions on the International Border (IB).

The police said Pakistan Rangers violated the ceasefire agreement by firing without any provocation at Border Security Forces (BSF) positions in Phallanwallan area.

According to sources, there is no loss of life to the Indian side. Pakistani soldiers used small arms while Indian army too retaliated with cross fire.  Sources said that situation is under control.

"Pakistan Rangers used automatics and small arms to target BSF border outposts," the police said, adding "Firing exchanges started at 12.30 a.m. and lasted until 1.30 a.m."

 


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