As per reports, Pakistan Rangers have called the Border Security Force to stop firing along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir.
It is said that the BSF had been giving a befitting reply to Pakistan for unprovoked firing for the past three days.
In the wee hours of Friday, a BSF jawan and four civilians were killed and over a dozen others were injured in Pak firing on the border in RS Pura and Arnia sectors of Jammu.
Since the attack, BSF troops have been engaged in the precision firing on Pakistani shooting locations inflicting heavy losses, which has been confirmed by the forces.
For last three days, the precision fire of BSF troopers on Pak firing locations inflicted a heavy loss on them.
Yesterday, the firing from troopers found their mark with one of the Rangers in the chicken neck area. The security force today released a footage of a target hit (bunker busting) by BSF forward troops.
According to the official statement, the Pak Rangers today ‘called a Jammu BSF formation beseeching them to stop firing’.
J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti regretted that Pakistan has shown no respect for Ramzan despite New Delhi’s decision of a ceasefire during the holy month.
She reiterated that Pakistan has to reciprocate to this peace gesture.