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Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector with unprovoked shelling this evening, although there was no loss of life
Pakistan today summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh and condemned the killing of a civilian in an alleged ceasefire violation by Indian troops along the Line of Control.
The Indian Army is retaliating. Exchange of fire from both sides is currently going on. No casualty or damage to property has been reported so far.
The Army firing, according to defence sources, targeted Pakistani posts and positions, which had fired at Army positions on Monday in which sepoy Pushpendra Singh was killed.
Security forces killed 581 terrorists, 69 personnel died in ceasefire violations since 2015: Government
In 2015, 108 terrorists were killed by security forces followed by 150 in 2016, 213 in 2017 and 110 in 2018 (up to July 22), Minister of State for Defence said.
At least 14 security personnel and 11 civilians were killed in the cross-border firing from Pakistan in April and June, Union Minister Hansraj Gangaram Ahir told the Lok Sabha.
Sharma said he cannot say how and when the activity of unprovoked firings and ceasefire violations in J&K sector along the IB will stop, "but the force always remains prepared."
No sweet exchange at Attari border on Eid in light of simmering tension after J-K ceasefire violations
The sweet exchange between the two forces is a usual trend on the special occasions, such as Eid and Diwali.
The Army has cancelled the exchange of sweets between the Pakistani Army and the Indian side on the occasion of Eid.
Jammu and Kashmir: Officer among 4 BSF personnel killed in Pakistan Rangers firing along IB in Samba
The three junior officers and a Constable were killed in unprovoked shelling and firing by Pakistan Rangers targeting Baba Chamliyal outpost in the Ramgarh Sector early Wednesday.
Lieutenant General A K Bhatt also noted that people of Kashmir have responded well to the Centre's announcement of non-initiation of combat operations (NICO) during Ramzan.
More than 1000 cases of ceasefire violation in 2018, hope Pakistan adheres to the 2003 agreement: India
External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said ceasefire violations were being used by Pakistan to aid infiltration of terrorists.
Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said if India fired the first bullet and no harm was occurred, then Pakistan would not respond but if India fired the second bullet, then they would give a befitting response.
Jammu and Kashmir: Sound of Pakistani rockets breaks silence in Shama Chak, villagers recount horror
The peace-loving residents of Shama Chak, around 10 km from Jammu, had never seen a rain of deadly mortar shells and missiles, until now.
In the latest ceasefire violation by Pakistan, two BSF personnel including an officer died and 14 others, mostly civilians were injured.