India Girl, 7, And Soldier Killed In Pakistani Firing In Jammu and Kashmir

14:05  17 july  2017
14:05  17 july  2017 Source:

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SRINAGAR: A seven-year-old girl and a soldier were killed in firing this morning by Pakistani troops along the border at Jammu and Kashmir. India put out a strong warning to Pakistan, with its top military commander making it clear that the army "reserved the right to retaliate appropriately" to ceasefire violations.

This morning, a little girl was killed in firing at Poonch, where two more civilians were injured.

A jawan was killed in firing at Rajouri. The army said soldier Muddasar Ahmed was hit when mortar shells landed on his bunker at around 7.30 am. The 37-year-old father of two was a brave and sincere soldier and "loved his job to the core", the army said.

According to an official statement, India's Director General of Military Operations, in a conversation with his Pakistani counterpart, "Made it implicit that Indian Army reserved the right to retaliate appropriately to any incident of violation of ceasefire but is sincere in its effort of maintaining peace and tranquility along the Line of Control provided there was reciprocity."

School children trapped in Jammu as Pakistan opens fire across LoC in Nowshera .
<p>After the ceasefire violation by Pakistan, security forces were trying to rescue kids safely from the schools.</p>A group of children were left stuck inside two government schools in Jammu's Nowshera sector after Pakistan Army started indiscriminate firing across the Line of Control (LoC).

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