One BSF Jawan killed in Fresh Ceasefire Violation by Pakistan

Samba, Jan 05: One BSF soldier was killed on Monday in a fresh firing from Pakistan side along the international border in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Despite repeated warning by the Indian government to Pakistan, the neighbouring country is indulged in resorting to heavy mortars and bullets targeting the villages and BSF posts on the border in the past few weeks. Several BSF jawans and civilians have been killed and injured so far.

The Pak troops targeted four BSF posts today.

After Indian soldiers killed five Pak rangers in the firing, Pak is in no mood to stop the ceasefire violation. On Saturday, two army jawans and a woman were killed while 11 others were injured in the firing. On Thursday two people including a BSF jawan were dead in the ceasefire violation.

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