BSF Soldier died and other injured after Cross Border firing in International Border

Posted on by Saurav Khanduri

Cross Border firing : In a heavy Pak shelling and firing alongside international Border of Jammu’s RS Pura sector, a soldier of Border Security Force (BSF) was killed and another got injured. Both of them evacuated to the hospital where one of them declared died by the doctors last night.

According to the reports and BSF Spokesperson, Pakistani Rangers violated ceasefire twice on Sunday in the RS Pura Sector. Pakistani troops targeted 13 borders outpost and villages in RS Pura, Pargwal, and Kanachak, using mortar shells and firing small arms.

BSF Soldier died and 3 other injured after Cross-Border firing in International Border

As per the report of NDTV, Sushil Kumar, Head constable, BSF On Sunday died from injuries he sustained during a cross-border firing incident with Pakistani forces. He was being treated for chest wounds.

BSF killed 7 enemies but Pakistan denied

Another BSF jawan Gurnam Singh, who was hit in the sniper attack in Hiranagar sector along the International Border in Kathua district on Friday night, had died late on Saturday. BSF told that in retaliatory firing by the troops, seven Pakistani Rangers or paramilitary soldiers were also killed. Thus the Pakistani army denied casualties on their side.

BSF Soldier died and 3 other injured after Cross-Border firing in International Border

A top office of the border force said we are ready for an eventuality while warning Pakistan against any accident. On the other hand, BSF Additional Director General Arun Kumar said “if Pakistan and its force try to do something against India, they will be given a tough reply. “We are fully prepared for that,” said Kumar

After the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army across the border in Pakistan administrated Kashmir (PoK) to eliminate the terrorist camps, multiple ceasefire violations have been reported near Line of Control (LoC). Well, Pakistan has denied to any attack on cross-border by India.

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