Published: Thu, June 07, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Cross-border firing: Two BSF jawans killed, civilian injured

Cross-border firing: Two BSF jawans killed, civilian injured

The latest incident of cross-border firing comes three days after Pakistan agreed to implement 2003 ceasefire agreement in the DGMOs deliberations.

A total of 2 Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers were killed on Sunday morning due to unprovoked and indiscriminate firing by Pakistani Rangers along the International Border in the Akhnoor sector of Jammu.

Two Border Security Force (BSF) were killed and at least nine civilians were injured in cross border firing by Pakistan in Jammu Kashmir's Akhnoor sector.

It is not the first time that Pakistan has gone back on its word.

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The Indo-Pak global border on Monday witnessed calm with no fresh incident of cross border firing being reported for the past more than 12 hours.

Pakistan once again defies the ceasefire in Jammu & Kashmir.

"Pakistan, on the other hand, started targeting civilian areas of Pragwal and Kanachak since wee hours resulting in civilian casualties and damage to property, Mr Awtar said". The footage shows smoke emanating from a Pakistani outpost after it was ravaged by BSF fire. After weeks of flare up, the two military commanders had reviewed the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and the IB during a conversation over the special hotline.

Residents living near the border commented on the issue, stating: "If Pakistan can violate the assurance given by not less than person but their DGMO, it can also defy any commitment made at today's Sector Commanders-level meeting".

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Asking India and Pakistan to end the blame game and ensure that no more human lives are lost on the both sides of LOC, AIP chief and MLA Langate Er.

IMAGE: Villagers take shelter under a community bunker during shelling from the Pakistani side of the border, at Arnia village. On Sunday, shooters deployed by the Pakistani rangers in their forward posts had targeted BSF jawans from a very close range before puncturing their head and chest along the worldwide border in Akhnoor sector of Jammu frontier. The BSF was retaliating, however, there has been no official statement from them so far.

The local people affected from Indian shelling started to shift towards safer places in and around the Sialkot city. "We commend the positive actions taken by both sides", Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying had told media briefing in Beijing on May 31.

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