India Pakistan exchange fire again in Kashmir

 India Pakistan exchange fire again in Kashmir

According to the report, on July 5, the Indian army retaliated against Pakistans violation of the cease-fire agreement along the so-called line of control in Jammu and Kashmir. Two Pakistani soldiers died and three others were injured in the conflict, the report said.

The incident occurred at 7:45 p.m. local time in the balakote area of Ponch county. A local Indian official said the Pakistani army launched the attack using small arms and mortars.

At about 7:45 p.m. today (July 5), Pakistan used small arms and mortars to fire along the line of control in barakta, Penh County, in unwarranted violation of the cease-fire agreement, said Col. Devender Anand, spokesman for the Indian Ministry of defense

According to the report, Indian officials also said that earlier on July 4, Pakistan also violated the cease-fire agreement in the degwar district.

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