The Indian and Pakistan armed forces have said they traded mounted guns and mortar shoot over the contested Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, executing and harming a few regular citizens on each side.

On 12 April the Indian Army (IA) blamed the Pakistan Army (PA) of starting “unwarranted” mounted guns firings along the LoC – which separates Kashmir between the two nations – and, therefore, slaughtering three regular citizens, including a seven-year old kid, in the Kupwara part of Indian-controlled Kashmir.

A day sooner Pakistan’s Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) – the media wing of Pakistan’s military – had blamed the IA in an announcement for breaking the 2003 truce understanding between the two nations along the LoC by falling back on big guns and mortar shoot that struck the Sharda, Dhundial, and Shakot parts in Pakistan along the LoC.

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