Pakistan Rangers resort to firing in Jammu

Jammu, April 21 (IANS) Pakistan Rangers on Thursday resorted to unprovoked firing at a border security force (BSF) outpost on the international border in Jammu region’s Samba district.

This is the second ceasefire violation by Pakistan Rangers since Tuesday.

On Tuesday, the troops had fired at a BSF border outpost (BOP) in Samba district.

“After a gap of two days, Pakistani troops earlier in the morning resorted to ceasefire violation along the international border,” a senior police official told IANS here.

“Pakistani Rangers fired two to three bursts of small arms near BOP 6-R around 4.30 a.m.”

“BSF troops, guarding the borderline, retaliated. There were no reports of casualty or damage,” the official added.

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