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Indian Army killed a militant and seven Pakistani rangers in retaliation of ceasefire violation

A militant and seven Pakistani rangers were killed when Border security force retaliated after Pakistan violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Hiranagar area of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday. There were reports that additional five Pakistani rangers were also been injured in the firing.

One BSF jawan was also injured in the cross-border firing.

At around 9.30 am this morning, the Pakistani rangers violated the ceasefire in Bobiyan area, in which a BSF personnel was injured, reacting on this Indian army retaliated heavily. In the firing, seven Pak Rangers and one militant was killed.

It was the 32 time when the ceasefire violation had been done by Pakistan after Indian Army’s surgical strikes along the LoC.

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