A soldier injured as Pak violates ceasefire in Uri sector

"Heavy firing and shelling was going on in the area as Indian troops were retaliating with heavy weapons on Pakistani posts", they said.

Pakistan summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner (DHC) on Tuesday over ceasefire violations on the LoC that martyred one woman and injured another.

According to sources, on Monday evening both armies exchanged fire along the LoC in Uri in the northern area of Kashmir.

The foreign office said the deliberate targeting of civilians by the Indian forces is deplorable and contrary to human dignity and worldwide human rights and humanitarian laws.

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The statement noted that India has violated the LoC ceasefire arrangement more than 600 times in 2017, killing 25 citizens and injuring more than 100.

He also pushed the Indian side should permit UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan to play its mandated role as per the UN Security Council resolutions.

Today's ceasefire violation came hours after Indian soldiers successfully foiled an infiltration attempt by Pakistani terrorists in Machil sector of Kupwara district.

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