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5 Civilians Killed,13 Injured In Pak Ceasefire Violation In Jammu And Kashmir

On Wednesday, a civilian was killed in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir and two others were injured because Pakistan continued th ceasefire violation on the international border for the ninth straight day.

Under the direct attack by Pakistani forces, 100 villages and at least 40 border security forces (BSF) posts were attacked, with continuously firing.

“Thirteen civilians injured including three serious in Ramgarh sector of Jammu International Border due to Pakistan firing in Araspura, Arnia, Ramgarh, Samba, Hiranagar sectors. Sad incident, feel bad for the injured. Police assisting in shifting of the injured to the hospital,” Vaid tweeted.

Vaid told that thirteen civilians were injured in the Ramgarh Sector of Jammu International Border due to Pakistani firing in Araspura, Arnia, Ramgarh, Samba and Hiranagar areas.

Five civilians including a minor boy and a women killed in Pakistan’s unprovoked ceasefire violation in samba sector of J&K; over 30 persons including 5 BSF personnel injured. Home Minister Rajnath Singh says, Indian forces won’t fire first but will hit back hard if attacked; State police chief says, halting anti-terror operations during Ramzan has improved law and order situation.

The Jammu and Kashmir Police was helping the injured people and all of them were taken to the hospital.

The BSF was strongly firing against the unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan. BSF has lost two of its soldiers in the latest round of unrestricted shootout with IB in Jammu region from May 15.

Meanwhile, Home Minister Rajnath Singh has repeatedly warned Pakistan on the ceasefire violation. He said that Indian soldiers will not fire first, but will respond if fired upon. The Home Minister clearly said that India’s neighbour do not want peace, and it needs to evaluate its objectives.

During the holy Ramadan, the violations of Pakistan’s ceasefire in J & K have been continuous. In recent times many Pakistan posts and bunkers have been blown by Indian soldiers. But Pakistan is still guiding guns and mortars in Arnia, RS Pura areas besides the villages near the border.

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