Monday, October 31, 2016

More Border Clashes Between India And Pakistan

The Times Of India: Soldier martyred in Pakistan ceasefire violation; Army retaliates with massive fire assault

POONCH: An army soldier was on Monday killed and two women were injured when Pakistani troops targeted Indian posts and villages using small arms and mortar shells along the Line of Control (LoC) in the twin frontier districts of Poonch and Rajouri in Jammu & Kashmir.

"Ceasefire violations in Rajouri sector are being retaliated with massive fire assault. One army soldier was martyred," a spokesman of the Army's Northern Command said.

Two women have also been injured, one of them seriously, in the firing in Poonch sector.

"Two women have been injured. One of them seriously and has been shifted to Government Medical College and Hospital (GMC) Jammu," Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Poonch JS Johar said.

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Update: Indian cross-border fire kills four civilians: Pakistan (AFP).

WNU Editor: I have lost count in just the past month on how many ceasefire violations have occurred between Pakistan and India in Kashmir. This dispute is not going away.

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