A soldier and a eight-year-old girl were killed in firing this morning by Pakistani troops along the border at Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistani troops effectively responded to Indian forces' ceasefire violation and made the guns of coward enemy silent.
Pakistan has accused India of targeting its military vehicle and killing four Pakistani soldiers in unprovoked cross-border firing in the disputed Kashmir region.
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The media wing of Armed forces, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), said the Army men were travelling through Neelam Valley in a jeep along the river near the Line of Control. The prime minister also expressed deep grief and condolences with bereaved families of the martyred personnel.
Noteworthy, till now, there have been over 240 cases of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) this year. Current ceasefire violations have resulted in the highest number of civilian casualties than in the past, he said. There were 382 in 2016, 248 in 2015 and 315 in 2014, he said.
The spokesperson said India was raising the tension along the LoC in order to divert the global attention from the current unrest in disputed Kashmir.
Before this, the DGMOs held talks on May 2, a day after the beheading of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani side.