Two months into truce, Pakistan resorts to unprovoked firing | India News

Jammu: Two months after the signing of the Ceasefire Agreement with India on February 25, Pakistan Took refuge Uncontrollable firing With the International Border (IB) Ramgarh Sector of Samba District, Jammu And Kashmir, as early as Monday.
According to sources, Pakistani forward outposts operated by 10 Chennab Rangers fired about four mortar rounds and 20 rounds with small arms at Indian forces deployed at the Majra border outpost. A BSF spokesperson said, “Indian security personnel exercised restraint. There were no reports of casualties or injuries.”
On April 25, BSF troops foiled an attempt by Pakistan to fly a drone over Indian territory in the Arnia sector of Jammu.
India and Pakistan agreed to a ceasefire on the border in a joint statement on February 25, following which the guns went silent, much to the relief of the people on the border. Currently, standing crops along fences are being harvested in border villages.
The two countries signed a ceasefire agreement in 2003, but it was incompetent and spiritually seldom adhered to. The last three years were the worst, with Pakistan violating the ceasefire by 2,936 in 2018, 3,289 in 2019 and 5,133 in 2020.


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