BSF trooper injured in Pak ceasefire violation

Jammu: As per the information given by the officials, an Indian trooper got injured at the time when Pakistan Rangers resorted to unprovoked firing on the International Border in Hiranagar sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The firing was the latest in a series of ceasefire violations by Pakistan since the September 29 surgical strikes by the Indian Army on terror launch pads in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, officials said.

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Officer of the Border Security Force (BSF)  stated: “The (Friday) ceasefire violation by Pakistan occurred at around 9.30 in the morning (in Kathua district). It was effectively retaliated by us. Some casualties have been effected on the other side.”

“A BSF soldier suffered a bullet injury. He has been evacuated to the Government Medical College, Jammu. His condition is critical,” the officer said.

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