Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistani soldiers violated ceasefire in Poonch, resorted to mortar shelling; Indian Army responded

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TRI news  : Pakistan again violated the ceasefire on Saturday, which grew in an exchange of fire that continued till the morning of Sunday, because Indian forces responded with unprovoked firing.

The ceasefire violation happened at 1:30 pm Saturday when the Pakistani side started running mortar and firing bullets near the Line of Control in the Mankot sector of Poonch district, on which the Indian forces also responded. Fire exchanges continued till 3:30 am Sunday

After the Pulwama attack by Pakistan-based militant group, tension has increased on the border after the air strikes by India on the camps of Jaish-e-Mohammed.

There was no damage from Indian side in the firing that lasted for 14 hours.

Meanwhile, a brief exchanges of fire between militants and forces in Yerropora area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir in Kulgam in south Kashmir. The encounter started after the terrorist attack on the army patrol in Kujar Yaripora of Kulgam.

According to reports, an unknown militant has been removed in the firing. The area has been closed by the forces for conducting search operations.

On Saturday night, terrorists attacked a patrol group in Yaripora area of ​​Kulgam. According to the reports, three jawans were injured in the shootout.

Gun shots were heard in the village, after which the army was taken to the area, where terrorists are still feared trapped. Firing (gun shots) was heard in Kujar Yaripora of Kulgam in Kulgam, the crowd of army increased in the area. It is believed that 1-2 terrorists are stranded.

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