The Foreign Office said, 'the Indian forces along the Line of Control (LoC) and the Working Boundary (WB) are continuously targeting civilian populated areas with heavy weapons.'
The latest ceasefire violation took place in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district around 1130 hours, prompting strong and effective retaliation by the Indian Army.
Defence Ministry sources said the Pakistan Army resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling in Krishna Ghati sector in violation of the 2003 bilateral ceasefire pact.
Pakistan troops also resorted to firing and shelling along the LoC in forward areas of the Poonch district, the officials said.
The firing in the Bagsar Sector along the LoC resulted in the death of a civilian and injured a woman, it said.
Prime Minister Modi said that whether it is surgical strikes or action at other levels, the Indian government is working out various strategies to keep up the pressure on Pakistan to check terrorism.
The authorities ordered the closure of all schools within five-km radius for the safety and security of the students and to avoid any untoward incident, he added.
The flag meeting comes in the wake of several ceasefire violations by the Pakistan army in the past over one month.
13 civilians injured in firing from across the border in Pargwal area of Akhnoor sector
Twelve people were killed and over 60 people were injured due to shelling by Pakistan troops along the border in Jammu, Samba and Kathua in nine days.
Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal said that 'India's arms buildup has pushed the region into a vicious arms race.'
He directed for enhanced protective measures including construction of more community shell protection shelters for civil population.