Pakistan and India exchanged gunfire over the disputed Kashmir border
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India exchanged gunfire over the disputed Kashmir border,fighting killed 17 civilians within the worst skirmishes in ten years.
For beginning the new outbreak of fighting both sides blamed one another.
“Pakistani troops successfully responded to Indian shelling,” a spokesman ISPR stated in a brief statement.
The spokesman warned that each Indian abuse about the Line Of Control (LoC) and operating border might get “a befitting response”.
Later at night, Chenab Rangers claimed shelling and unprovoked gunfire opened close to the operating boundary in Sialkot over the edge in Charwa field. Military sources said Pakistani forces responded successfully towards the shooting.
Meanwhile, the Indian army charged the Pakistani army of launching unprovoked fire.
An Indian army official stated Pakistan border guards focused 10 Indian border posts within the Poonch sector.
There is no quick statement of deaths in the Indian side.
The new gunfire exchange resumes following the two armies suddenly quit Thursday evening following eight days of targeting one another with mortars and heavy machine guns fighting.
Both sides have attributed another for causing an emergency about the edge, with Pakistan indicating that the new government-led by nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India flexed its muscles about the question over Kashmir, the reason for two wars.
New Delhi claims Pakistan has ratcheted up concerns to keepalive the 67-year old challenge and promised a powerful reaction to any Pakistani try to mix up trouble within the Kashmir region.
Both sides agreed a ceasefire in 2003 that has frayed in the last two years.