Jammu: In order to intrude the infiltrators, Pakistani Rangers opened arbitrary fire at the two Indian border posts in Jammu and Kashmir's Arnia sector.
As per the Border Security Forces (BSF) officials, Pakistani troops started an unexpected fire at the Budhwar and Kot Kubba posts in Arnia sector of the international India-Pakistan border, about 45 km south of Jammu.
"The fire was coming heavily for the first 15 minutes, lessened later and lasted for over an hour," the official said.
However, luckily for the Indians, there was no damage or injury in the firing which "is usually done by Pakistan to give cover to infiltrators".
The Border Security Force is carrying out concentrated searches in the areas to find if anyone infiltrated into the Indian borders.
The BSF troops along with the Army have been put on high alert keeping in view the nearing Independence Day on August 15 next week when militants make in-depth efforts to strike and terrorize the nation.
On the other hand, as per reports, there have been more than 250 ceasefire violations by the neighbor since the year 2006. Pakistan has violated the guidelines 18 times already in 2012.
Both the countries, including India and Pakistan had agreed for ceasefire on frontiers in November 2003, considered amongst the serious confidence boosting measures between the two countries.
However, the country would be on high alert before and during the Independence Day. Especially when the neighboring country is taking India's trust for granted.