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Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Yet Again With Firing At Jammu’s Arnia Sector

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Pakistan it seems is  not keen on learning any lessons as it continues to violate the ceasefire with its firing. In the latest incident according to  various media reports, Pakistani Rangers fired mortar shells on border outposts at several places in Jammu and Kashmir’s Arnia sector.  Thereby prompting retaliation by the Border Security Force personnel guarding the International Border.

The mortar firing from across the border started around 0700 hours in Arnia sector of Jammu and was still continuing when last reports were received, a senior Border Security Force official told PTI.

“Three border outposts are under fire from the Pakistani Rangers and the personnel deployed there are also retaliating to silence the Pakistani guns,” the official said.

“However, there was no immediate report of any casualty in the shelling,” he said.

Last night, Pakistani troops fired small arms and mortars, targeting Narayanpur area of Ramgarh sector in Samba district, hours after “pleading” with the BSF to stop firing, after being pounded with heavy artillery that left a trooper dead across the border.

The BSF also released a 19-second thermal-imagery footage, showing the destruction of a Pakistani picket across the border, in retaliation to the unprovoked firing and shelling along the IB.

The BSF has lost two of its jawans in the latest round of unprovoked firing along the IB in Jammu region since May 15.

Four civilians were killed and 11 others injured on Friday in the Jammu area due to the firing, which increased in the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s day-long visit to Jammu and Kashmir on May 19

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