Pakistan violates LoC ceasefire in Tithwal, India retaliates
Pakistan violated the LoC ceasefire at Tithwal in Tangdhar sector in J&K's Kupwara district on Sunday morning, defence sources said.
Sources said Pakistani troops opened unprovoked fire on Indian army posts, drawing a swift response from the Indian side. The exchange of fire continued for 15 minutes.
"Pakistan's unprovoked ceasefire violation was suitably retaliated," a source said.
There were no casualities on the Indian side.
Sources added that the ceasefire violation is in line with Pakistan's nefarious design of using it to cover pushing of terrorists into the Indian side - IANS
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