Jammu: India and Pakistan forces exchanged gunfire along International Border in Samba district in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. Officials claimed that Pakistan forces had targetted a patrolling party.
This would be the first such instance of Cease-Fire violation along the International border after two countries renewed their pledge to maintain calm according to 2003 agreement.
On Monday, officials said that around 6.00 am, Pakistan Rangers targeted BSF patrolling party on international border in Ramgarh sector of Samba district.
“BSF retaliated in a effectively,” officials said.
The people living along the line of control had a sigh of relief the new incident would only add to the uncertainty of peace among the two countries.