On-leave soldier, wife killed in cross-LoC firing

On-leave soldier, wife killed in cross-LoC firing

On-leave soldier, wife killed in cross-LoC firing

Ammu: Two people were killed and several more injured today when the Pakistani army has violated the ceasefire and resorted to mortar rounds and villages along the control line in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.

The deceased was a permit soldier and a woman. Among the wounded, two children.

The Pakistani army launched indiscriminate threats and did not shout fire from small arms and mortars at the Indian Army poles along the Control Line (LOC) in the Poonch sector at 6:30 am, said a land defense gate. Indian troops have actually appreciated, he said.

Pakistani troops rained mortar shells and resorted to heavy layoffs on civilians, a police official said.

“So far, two civilians were killed in the bombing of Pakistan in the village of Khadi Karmara long line of control,” he said, adding that other people were injured.

There were 23 cases of ceasefire violation, a special forces team attack in Pakistan and two bids covered in June, in which four people, including three jawans were killed and 12 wounded.

On 29 June, two Indian army jawans were injured when Pakistani troops fired small arms and mortar bombed border crossings and civilian areas along the control line in Poonch District.

Even on Eid-ul Fitr June 26 the Pakistani army fired small arms and automatic weapons and mortars fell along the line of control in the Rajouri Bhimbher Gali sector.

On 22 June, a team of Pakistani special forces crossed the Poonch Control Line under heavy fire and killed two jawans, Sandip Naik Jadhav Aurangabad and Sepoy Mane Savan Balku, 24, Kolhapur.

A Pakistani soldier also died. The Border Action team includes Pakistani army personnel and special terrorist forces.