LoC violation: Indian firing kills one Pakistani

Spokesperson for Punjab Rangers says troops have responded to India's 'unprovoked firing'.


Web Desk/asad Kharal July 20, 2014

SIALKOT: One person was killed in Mirajke area along the Pakistani side of the Line of Control after India’s Border Security Force (BSF) allegedly opened fire, Express News reported on Sunday.

According to sources in Pakistan Rangers, the BSF has been firing mortars across the border in Charwa sector since 12:30am.

Spokesperson for Punjab Rangers said troops have responded to BSF’s "unprovoked firing".

The firing also left three women and a child injured, who were shifted to Combined Military Hospital, Sialkot for medical assistance.

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