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Dec 06, 2018
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J&K: Two jawans martyred in ceasefire violation by Pakistan

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In Jammu & Kashmir, an army man was martyred after Pakistani Rangers resorted to ceasefire violation on the forward post of North Kashmir's Kupwara district this morning.

Defence sources said that Pakistani forces resorted to unprovoked firing  along LoC in Machhil Sector of Kupwara  district. They said, Indian forces retaliated in a befitting manner. 

In another incident, one BSF jawan was martyred in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Surankote sector of Rajouri district  in Jammu region today.

BSF sources told AIR Jammu that Pakistani forces started unprovoked firing targeting Indian forward locations. Indian forces retaliated effectively.

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