Army retaliates: 2 Pakistani jawans killed, 14 posts damaged

In retaliatory fire by Indian Army in the Arnia Sector of Jammu and Kashmir about 14 Pakistani posts were damaged. Two Pakistani soldiers too were killed in the retaliatory fire.
After eight civilians were killed today in an indiscriminate shelling by Pakistan Rangers along the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Army retaliated inflicting heaving damages on the Pakistani posts. Two Pakistani posts too were killed in the retaliatory fire by Indian Army.
Pakistan troops violated ceasefire in Samba and Nowshera sector.
16-year-old girl, Rosy, was killed in Jerda village of the district after she was hit by a mortar splinter. The police said Pakistan Rangers indiscriminately targeted civilian areas and defence facilities in the Ramgarh sector.
“Pakistani Rangers started firing with small arms followed by mortars at one place and further spread to four or five places in Ramgarh and Arnia sectors of Samba and Jammu district from 0630 hours,” DIG BSF (G) Dharmendra Pareek said.
They fired 82 mm mortar bombs intermittently, Pareek said, adding,
BSF gave them a befitting reply.
The spokesperson said hundreds of residents were forced to abandon their homes in the Samba district along the International Border (IB). They used every mode of conveyance, even walked barefoot, to escape from the line of fire.
The Pakistan Army also resorted to heavy shelling and firing at Indian positions in Naushera sector of the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district.

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