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Three Indian soldiers killed in Pakistani shelling

Three Indian soldiers killed in Pakistani shelling

Three Indian soldiers have been killed in shelling by Pakistani forces along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. Several people were injured. This information was given in the report of NDTV online on Friday.

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Recently, there has been intense tension between India and China on the border. This time India’s tension was also seen on the border with Pakistan.NDTV has described the renewed tension with Pakistan on the Line of Control as dramatic and widespread.

India alleges that casualties were caused by shelling by Pakistani troops on Thursday without any provocation. According to India, two Indian soldiers were killed in a shelling by Pakistani troops in the Naugam sector of Kashmir’s Kupwara district.Another Indian soldier was killed in the Punch sector of Kashmir. India claims that they have given a proper response to the Pakistani attack.

Indian Army spokesman Rajesh Kalia said, “Our troops have responded strongly to the enemy’s attack.”The Indian military did not say whether there was any damage to the Pakistani side in the “harsh response” by the Indian army.

Pakistan, on the other hand, has complained that Indian forces have violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC). A Pakistani civilian was injured in the attack. He is 65 years old.

Pakistan’s foreign ministry said in a statement yesterday that it had summoned a senior Indian diplomat to Islamabad to protest the ceasefire violation by Indian forces.

Zahid Hafeez, Pakistan’s foreign ministry spokesman, said tensions were rising on the New Delhi border to divert the world’s attention from human rights abuses in Indian-administered Kashmir.

According to India, Pakistan has violated the ceasefire more than 3,000 times in the last eight months. According to Pakistan, India has violated the ceasefire about two and a half thousand times this year.

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