ISLAMABAD: Heavy Indian shelling along the working boundary in Sialkot on Monday evening left at least four Pakistanis, inlcuding a woman, dead.
As many as four people were also injured in Indian firing in Sukhmaal, Bheke Chak and Bhurey Chak villages in Zafarwal and Shakargarh sectors. Meanwhile, retaliatory fire from Rangers killed at least one Indian soldier.
According to the ISPR, Azeem, 18, from Bore Chak and a woman from Sukhmal village in Zafarwal sector were killed before two more civillians were killed as Indian firing continued late into the night.
Pakistani troops are befittingly responding to the Indian aggression and targeting the BSF positions from where are firing on Pakistani territory. One Indian soldier was reportedly killed due to Pakistani firing.
Reports suggest the exchange of gunfire is still going on.
This is the sixth time in the past six days that Indian troops have targeted civilian population along the working boundary.
Indian troops have reportedly suffered heavy losses in the exchange of fire, said ISPR.