Pakistani army opens fire at 10 Indian posts

The Pakistani army has once again violates the ceasefire and targeted 10 Indian posts by firing over 6000 rounds from heavy weapons along with the India Pakistan Poonch border.

It is said in reports that the first started on Sunday night, which was the heaviest of 2012, just before the 9th anniversary of the Indo-Pak ceasefire agreement on Monday. India and Pakistan signed ceasefire agreement on November 26, 2003.

Talking to media, PRO, Defence, S N Acharya said, “Pakistan troops opened heavy fire with Medium Machine Guns and Heavy Machine Guns on 10 Indian forward posts along LoC in Krishnagati sub-sector of Poonch district last night.”

It is said that around 6000 rounds of MMGs and HMGs from 1940 hours to 2345 hours on Sunday night. Mr. Acharya said, “It was heaviest firing by Pakistani troops on Indian posts this year.”

Moreover, the Indian Army replied them and there was no report of life loss or damage of property. It is said that due to Pak firing, forest fire along LoC was triggered but was controlled by the Indian army and local residents.

Earlier on November 20, Pakistani army violated ceasefire agreement by opening fire in Gulpur forward area along LoC in Poonch sector.

In the same manner, Pakistani army opened fire on October 1 at India posts and Chachwal forward village along International Border (IB) in Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir in which a couple was injured.