Jammu: Pakistani Rangers on Sunday resorted to steady ceasefire violations and targeted Border Out Posts (BoPs) along a Indo-Pak limit in Jammu district, call BSF infantry to retaliate.
“Pakistani Rangers resorted to tiny arms banishment on BoPs along a International Border (IB) in Arnia zone of Jammu district during 18:52 hours and 7:15 pm currently (Sunday),” a BSF officer pronounced here.
They dismissed 25 to 30 rounds during BSF posts, he said, adding that BSF infantry guarding a equivocal with Pakistan took position and retaliated. The banishment stopped during around 6:55 on Sunday evening. The banishment by Pakistani Rangers resumed during 7:15 pm and a sell between Pakistani Rangers and BSF infantry continued for over 80 mins and stopped during 8:35 pm, he said, adding that there was no detriment of life or damage to anyone in a firing.
Border Security Force (BSF) deputy Abhijit Nandi of 119 corps was killed during a firing, a news in The Hindustan Times said.
Firing again erupted and was stability intermittently compartment final reports came in from a area, a officer said. Earlier, Pakistani Rangers disregarded a ceasefire and dismissed during dual BoPs along IB in R S Pura zone of Jammu district on Jun 22.