Three killed by Pak firing in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch sector

Three killed by Pak firing in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch sector

Three militants were killed in Tangdhar sector in Kupwara district and two others were killed in a gunfight in Rampur sector in Uṛi in another infiltration bid in Baramulla district, Srinagar-based defense spokesman Col. Rajesh Kalia said.

The BSF troops in Arnia sector had last Saturday detected an incomplete cross-border tunnel from the Pakistan side of the global border.

Among those killed were a 10-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl. Two soldiers were also injured in another such firing and one army vehicle underwent severe damage.

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"Pakistani forces started unprovoked shelling and firing at Indian positions and the military is befittingly responding", a senior officer said. The most recent incident took place on Wednesday when the Pak troops shelled LoC at Poonch and Bhimbher ali sector.

Pakistan violated ceasefire in Keri and Digwar areas of Poonch district. The exchange of fire between the two resulted in the death of two innocent civilians while five others were injured.

The boy identified as Asrar Ahmad was killed as the Pakistani troopers began shelling and firing in the Kerni area at 6.30 a.m.

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The firing and shelling by Pakistan sparked panic among border residents.

There has been a sharp increase in the number of ceasefire violations this year.

Until August 1, the Pakistan army had committed 285 such violations, while there were 228 such violations in the whole of 2016, according to figures by the Indian Army.

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