Indian army violates LoC ceasefire in Jandrot sector: ISPR

ISPR says Pakistani troops appropriately responded to firing from across the border


Web Desk October 05, 2014

RAWALPINDI: Indian troops resorted to ‘unprovoked firing’ in Jandrot sector near Kotli along the Line of Control (LoC) on Sunday morning, Express News reported.

According to a Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement, Pakistani troops appropriately responded to the firing from the Indian side.

No casualty was reported till the filing of this report.

The Indian troops have frequently violated ceasefire along the LoC. A recent spate of LoC and working boundary violations since July has resulted in casualties on both sides of the border.


Indian soldiers patrol along a barbed-wire fence near Baras Post on the Line of Control (LoC) between Pakistan and India. PHOTO: AFP


Previous incidents

Yesterday, there was ‘unprovoked firing’ and heavy shelling in Charwa sector along the LoC by Indian troops, while on October 3, the Indian army had resorted to unprovoked firing in the Bedori sector near Bagh. No casualty was reported in the incident.

Earlier on July 23, the working boundary between India and Pakistan was violated when one person was killed in Shakargarh sector.

On July 20, a man was killed in Mirajke after the Indian BSF allegedly opened fire.

COMMENTS (12)

Indian | 7 years ago | Reply

@An Indian: In India all news and papers are filled with Pakistan violated ceasefire and in Pakistan i believe it is just the opposite.

I am just tried of all this crap.. Why we cant stop this crap. Media is not playing a fair role over here .

SHAME.

NSR | 7 years ago | Reply

4 killed, 26 hurt as Pak fires at Indian posts, civilian areas in J&K's Arnia

TNN | Oct 6, 2014, 06.10 AM IST

It is too sick to target civilians during Muslim festival...All life is precious...I see that all Pakistani newspapers are silent on what is going on at LOC and IB...they must be voice for Voiceless...

VIEW MORE COMMENTS
Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.

For more information, please see our Comments FAQ

E-Publications

Most Read