A woman was killed when Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged firing and shelling in Mendhar sector of the Poonch district early Saturday.
The soldier succumbed while being shifted to army hospital. He added that the Indian Army retaliated the firing. He is survived by wife, son and a daughter. This is the second time in a row when Pakistan has violated ceasefire on Saturday.
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"They resorted to indiscriminate firing from automatic weapons towards army posts and civilian areas in along LoC in Poonch district from 5.15 am".
On Saturday morning, a civilian in Poonch lost his life after Pakistan resorted to shelling.
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A 40-year old woman was killed when mortar shells fired from across the border exploded at Gohlad Kalran village. "A woman, who was standing in front of the house, received critical splinter injuries and died on spot", he said. The victim has been identified as Ruqia Bi. The incident took place in the district's Balakot sector.
Till August 1 this year, there have been 285 instances of ceasefire violation by the Pakistani forces.
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During the ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops, one jawan lost his life and another was critically injured.