Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba firing lasts not more than 2 months on the promise of ceasefire

Pakistan couldn’t final greater than 2 months on the promise of a cease-fire. Pakistani Rangers violated the ceasefire settlement in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district by firing close to the Worldwide Border (IB) on Monday.

A spokesman for the Border Safety Pressure (BSF) stated {that a} new settlement was reached on February 25 this 12 months to keep up peace between the 2 international locations. After this, Pakistan has violated the ceasefire settlement for the primary time close to the worldwide border.

BSF Jammu Frontier Inspector Normal NS Jamwal stated, “The Pakistan Rangers opened hearth within the Ramgarh space close to the worldwide border at 6.15 am with none provocation.” There have been no casualties within the firing.

BSF spokesman stated that Pakistani forces opened hearth on the crew patrolling close to the fence with none provocation. India and Pakistan had agreed to strictly comply with the February settlement for ceasefire alongside the Line of Management and in different sectors. The 2 international locations had earlier signed a ceasefire settlement in 2003, however this was not adopted.

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