“Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian firing and targeted their posts.”
The firing incident was reported in Deva Sector of LoC.
The director-general of ISPR said that Indian troops initiated unprovoked ceasefire violations (CFVs) in Rakhchikri and Baroh sectors along LOC targeting the civilian population.
Heavy bombardment was made in mountainous areas of Dara Sher Khan, Bhimber and Chamb sectors along the ceasefire line, said security sources.
'Two other Indian soldiers were injured besides damage to an Indian post'
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