3 jawans, civilian injured in Pak firing.
|Mohammed Parvez, who was injured in Pakistani firing along|
the Kashmir border, receives treatment at the government
medical college hospital in Jammu on Thursday.
JAMMU | Pti | 15 Aug 2013 :: Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked and indiscriminate firing amid rocket and mortar shell attacks on LoC posts injuring three Army jawans and a civilian in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
This is the 11th ceasefire violation in past five days, Army officials said on Thursday.
Pakistani troops opened fire along LoC on several Indian forward posts in Balakote belt of Poonch district from 0630 hours, the officials said.
They fired automatic weapons, rockets and mortar shells in which three jawans received minor injury. They have shifted to hospital.
A shell of 82-mm mortar fired by Pakistan troops fell in Sanjote forward area of Mendhar tehsil resulting in injury to Parvaiz, a civilian, who was shifted to GMC hospital in Jammu.
A rocket fired by Pakistani troops fell and exploded on a cowshed in Basonia village of Mendhar this afternoon resulting in death of a dozen cattle.
Defence Spokesman, Jammu, S.N. Acharya said in a official release that Pakistan Army started unprovoked firing at Indian forward posts in Mendhar sector from 06:30 am.
“Own troops retaliated immediately with heavy calibre weapons,” he said, adding that the firing was on till late in the afternoon.(Courtesy:The Hindu)