Pakistan violates ceasefire again in Nowshera, Indian Army retaliates

A jawan was injured in back-to-back ceasefire violations by the Pakistani Army on Sunday.

Earlier on Saturday, Pakistan violated ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch sector.

A fire-fight commenced soon in which the two Army soldiers and the two BAT members were killed.

The Pakistani Border Action Team (BAT), which attacked an Indian Army patrol after crossing the LoC, was made up of special forces personnel and terrorists who were armed with special daggers and headband cameras for recording the strike in Poonch district.

"The body of the intruder has been retrieved and handed over to the local police", a senior army officer told PTI on Friday.

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The killed Indian soldiers were identified as 34-year-old Sundeep Yadav s and 24-year-old Saoon Balku.

The official said that the a special class of dagger and a knife was meant to carry out quick mutilation and beheading of jawans killed. "The data and details of the camera will be analysed", he said.

The fresh skirmishes come just days after two Indian were killed in a cross-border ambush near the Line of Control, less than 10 km from the town of Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir.

Source said that the Pakistan shelling and firing started at 11.30 am and firing exchanges only stopped at 2.10 pm.

In a similar BAT attack on 1 May, two Indian soldiers were beheaded in Krishna Ghati sector in Poonch district.

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