Pakistan targets nine Indian posts in Samba sector, firing continued overnight


Jammu:  At 17.05 hours on Saturday Pakistan Rangers violated ceasefire and started unprovoked firing on the international border in Samba district of Jammu region, targeting nine BSF border posts, an official said.

Pakistan Rangers have used mortars during the ceasefire violation.They targeted Khoada, Mangu, Ragal, Challyarian and other BSF posts, the source added.The civilians were working in the field when a shell fired from across the international border exploded near them.
.One civilian was killed and two others injured in unprovoked Pakistan firing near the Mangu Chak BSF post on Friday.Firing at some of these places is still going on.

Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Nirmal Singh, yesterday said that Pakistan Rangers opened fire at the BSF posts when the fencing was being repaired.

“Pakistan is time and again trying to push in terrorists and ultimately they cut the fencing to get-in. That fencing was being repaired when the Pakistani rangers opened fire and one person has died in the firing,” Mr Singh said in Jammu city.

The BSF had given a strong reply to the Pakistani firing, he said, adding the exchange of fire had stopped at around 5.30 pm on Friday.