J&K: Soldier, 2 civilian killed, many injured along LoC in Pak shelling

J&K: Soldier, 2 civilian killed, many injured along LoC in Pak shelling

J&K: Soldier, 2 civilian killed, many injured along LoC in Pak shelling

Four people, including two jawans, were killed and 35 injured in firing on Friday.

Three BSF personnel were among those injured on Saturday.

India and Pakistan have a long history of bitter relations over Kashmir, a Himalayan territory claimed by both in its entirety.

On Thursday, a teenage girl and a BSF jawan were killed due to heavy shelling from across along the International Border in three sectors of Jammu and Samba districts. Three civilians, one a teenage boy, were killed Saturday in Indian-controlled Kashmir and at least 16 civilians and two soldiers were wounded.

Shells fired by Pakistan landed in Arnia belt and hit several villages as well.

He said that similar ceasefire violations were witness in Rambagh and Hiranagar areas as well where two civilians were killed in Rambagh and two casualties were reported from Hiranagar besides injuries to four others.

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The hostilities increased between India and Pakistan since December previous year after both accused each other of killing soldiers on either side.

India frequently accuses Pakistan of sending fighters across the LoC to launch attacks on its soldiers in Kashmir, which has been divided between the two nuclear-armed neighbors since Partition in 1947. He also added that the Indian forces were also retaliating to the attack.

"Pakistan was again called upon to adhere to the 2003 Ceasefire Understanding for maintaining peace and tranquility along the Line of Control and the International Boundary", it said. They also issued statements condemning the violence. 120 schools are closed today.

Desh Raj of Vidhipur said his family lived in a room without food and water until they left home to escape the shelling and firing.

"The fire was effectively returned by the soldiers", the official said.

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