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Indian Army starts ‘Blame Game’ and issues warning to Pakistan Army

JAMMU – Indian Army blamed Pakistan for unprovoked firing at working boundary and warned Pakistan of unexpected damages over the violation of cease fire.

Lieutenant General of 26 corps KH Singh said that certain element across the border want to creat trouble and Indian Army decided to give them un expected damage.

Officer of Indian Army imposed serious allegations on Pakistan Army and said that Pakistani personnel opened unprovoked firing and and started shelling on villages of Jammu near Poonch sector.

He claimed that five civilians injured with the firing of Pakistan Army.  He also blamed Pakistan for violation of cease fire and said that Pakistan Army also started shelling on Eid day.

They admitted that one girl was killed in Indian firing but do not released the actual number of deaths.

Indian security forces resorted to unprovoked firing at Charwa sector in Sialkot, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Thursday.

Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing at Charwa Sector of the Line of Control (LoC) in north-east Sialkot city of the Pakistan’s Punjab province on Thursday, ISPR said.

A local media report quoted Chenab Rangers that Jamal Jhand and Bhalay villages were targeted in the unprovoked firing opened by Indian forces at Charwa and Harpaal Sectors.

Chenab Rangers rapidly retaliated the offensive move by Indian forces which forced them to stop unprovoked shelling and firing on the Pakistani villages.