Indian army violates ceasefire at LoC near Muzaffarabad

Published: November 8, 2014
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Pakistani Rangers patrol along the Pakistan-India border area of Wagah on October 16, 2014. PHOTO: AFP

Pakistani Rangers patrol along the Pakistan-India border area of Wagah on October 16, 2014. PHOTO: AFP

After a lull in fighting between India and Pakistan after weeks of heavy shelling and gun battles across the border, the Indian army once again resorted to ‘unprovoked’ firing on Saturday.

According to an Inter Services Public Relations statement, the ‘unprovoked’ firing took place in the Pando sector at the Line of Control near Muzaffarabad.

Pakistani troops responded befittingly to Indian firing, and no casualty or loss was reported, the statement added.

ISPR further added that the intermittent exchange of fire between the two countries continues.

Earlier, in the spate of attacks between the two countries, the worst in years at least 21 people were reportedly killed on the Pakistani side.

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  • Tore
    Nov 9, 2014 - 10:30AM

    I have never seen pakistani soliders wearing life jackets and other protection equipment contrary to the Indian army and other armies.

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  • Sunil
    Nov 9, 2014 - 12:20PM

    The world does not care or believe you, no one is listening. The world knows your past record and how you hid Osma Bin Ladin, you have a record that show you are untrustworthy. If you threaten nuclear war it just shows how desperate you are, you have no geopolitical clout in the world.

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