Islamabad: Pakistan today claimed that two of its civilians have been killed in “unprovoked” firing by Indian security forces along the Line of Control.
Pakistan's Punjab Rangers claimed that two civilians were killed in border areas in Sialkot sector when Indian security forces “continued shelling”, without stating when the incident happened.
A spokesman of Punjab Rangers told state-run Radio Pakistan that Rangers “responded effectively”.
A number of cattle were also killed besides damaging some houses, the report said.
Tensions have continued to simmer at the LoC over the last two months despite a ceasefire agreement.