JK: Pak violates ceasefire in Bhimber Gali sector

Posted June 27, 2017

"The data and details of the camera will be analysed", Indian army official said.

Defence Ministry sources said on Thursday that the Pakistan Army indulged in unprovoked firing and shelling at Indian positions with small arms, automatics and mortars.

Pakistan has escalated ceasefire violation incidents from across the border in the last six months.

Meanwhile, reports say that the Indian Army is retaliating strongly and effectively in a counter- attack on Pakistan army.

The violation comes just days after Indian Army reported an attack by a Pakistani special forces team that sneaked across the LoC into Poonch under heavy fire-cover and killed two jawans while losing one of their men.

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There have been 20 ceasefire violations along the LoC and the International Border in Jammu region so far in June.

The killed Indian soldiers were identified as 34-year-old Sundeep Yadav s and 24-year-old Saoon Balku.

"Arms, ammunition and other war-like stores including a special dagger and a headband with a camera, knife, an AK rifle, 3 magazines, and 2 grenades besides dresses and bags were recovered, which reflect the barbaric mindset of the Pakistan army", he said.

Hours ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States president Donald Trump meeting, the Pakistani troops on Monday violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Bhimbher Gali sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier today, Pakistani troops had opened unprovoked fire from 6.30 am to 9.30 am on Indian Army posts along the LoC in Naushera sector, even as Indian troops returned fire.