NEW DELHI, (Xinhua) – Troops of India and Pakistan traded overwhelming discharge and mortar shelling on the Line of Control (LoC) partitioning Kashmir on Sunday evening, state-run supporter – All India Radio (AIR) said Monday.
The different sides focused on one another’s positions and regular citizen territories in Degwar part of Poonch around 185 km southwest of Srinagar city, the late spring capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The telecaster citing Indian armed force sources said Pakistani armed force opened unwarranted fire on non military personnel regions and Indian forward posts on Sunday evening.
“Indian armed force is fighting back befittingly with equivalent gauge,” AIR said. “The shelling by Pakistan armed force was on when reports last came in.”
There were no reports of any loss in the shooting on the Indian side, in any case, the supporter said a couple of houses in the town endured harm as a result of the shelling.
The soldiers of India and Pakistan irregularly trade fires on the LoC and International Border (IB) in Kashmir, in spite of an understanding in 2003 to watch a truce. Be that as it may, the truce stays basically.
New Delhi and Islamabad blame each other for turning to unwarranted firings and damaging truce understandings. What’s more, the two sides keep up their soldiers gave befitting answer to the opposite side.
The LoC is an accepted fringe that partitions Kashmir into Indian and Pakistani controlled parts.