India-Pakistan news: Asst Commandant among 4 BSF men killed in Pak firing | India News

JAMMU: India and Pakistan seemed poised on the brink of a critical confrontation just after the Pakistan Rangers resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling on ahead posts together the Worldwide Border (IB) in Ramgarh sector of J&K’s Samba district that killed four BSF personnel, including assistant commandant Jitendra Singh.

A few BSF personnel ended up wounded in the attack in which Pakistan Rangers personnel utilised mortars and machine guns.

This is the second ceasefire violation by Pakistan just after the DGMOs of the two nations agreed on Could 29 to “fully implement” the border ceasefire arrangement of November 2003 in “letter and spirit” to halt border skirmishes in J&K.

“This is sheer betrayal and there will be a reaction,” a senior resource in the stability institution claimed.

1000’s residing in a few J&K border districts flee

“The martyrs have been identified as assistant commandant Jatinder Singh, sub-inspector Rajesh Kumar, assistant sub-inspector Ram Niwas and constable Hans Raj. The wounded BSF personnel have been identified as sub-inspector Zental Sil and constables Sujan Dass and Vikas Kumar,” the resource claimed, introducing that intermittent firing was on until 4.30 pm.

Confirming the incident, BSF Jammu Frontier Inspector Normal (IG) Ram Awtar claimed, “Despite the recent arrangement to guarantee ceasefire together the IB, Pakistani Rangers nonetheless yet again violated the pact by resorting to unprovoked cross-border firing. We lost four of our personnel.”

1000’s of border men and women in Jammu, Kathua and Samba districts experienced to migrate from their residences subsequent heavy shelling from the Pakistan facet among Could 15 and 23, which remaining 12 men and women, including two BSF jawans and an infant, lifeless and a number of many others wounded.

Right after the DGMOs’ meeting, Pakistan yet again resorted to unprovoked firing on June 3, killing two BSF personnel, including an assistant sub-inspector. In this spell of firing, 10 persons, mostly civilians, ended up wounded in Pragwal, Kanachak and Khour sectors together the IB.

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