Published: Sat, September 16, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

BSF Jawan killed by Pak firing in Arnia sector

BSF Jawan killed by Pak firing in Arnia sector

They are using mortars, automatics and small arms to target nine BSF posts in Arnia.

The injured jawan was shifted to Government Medical College, Jammu, where he was declared brought dead.

The jawan was from Balia district of Uttar Pradesh.

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The jawan, identified as identified as Captain Brijendra Bahadur Singh, was succumbed to his injuries.

He said Kumar was evacuated to hospital, where doctors are attending on him.

He said the administration had advised the border residents to stay indoors and not venture out during cross border firing and shelling.

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Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh along with BSF officers and jawans paid floral tributes to the martyr at the BSF headquarters here.

Pareekh said that intermittent fire continued from both sides from since mid night.

"People of nation can sleep fearlessly because BSF men are on duty along the frontiers", he said.

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Parekh said Indian soldiers retaliated for the Pakistani firing. Eyewitnesses told DH over the phone that the firing created panic in nearby villages as mortar shells fired from across the border fell near residential areas. On Thursday, two Pakistani soldiers were reportedly killed in retaliatory action by the BSF while three Indian troopers were injured in unprovoked firing and shelling by Pakistani side along the IB and the Line of Control in Jammu and Poonch districts on Wednesday.

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