RAWALPINDI: Pakistani and Indian border forces troops exchanged fresh fire on across the working boundary in Shakargarh sector on Friday, said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
No casualties were in the latest skirmish so far that took place from 9-9:30 am, said ISPR in its statement.
The Public Relations wing of the Pakistan army said Pakistan Rangers responded ‘befittingly’ to the ‘unprovoked’ firing by their Indian counterparts.
The exchange of fire occurred near the village of Chak Amru in Punjab, ISPR said.
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