In last few days, both Indian and Pak armies have bee exchanging fire which has left many soldiers and civilians dead on both sides.
A woman and an army JCO were killed on Saturday in unprovoked breach of the LoC ceasefire by Pakistani soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, officials said. The exchange of fire stopped at 0645 hours, the spokesman said.
Tomar, 42, later succumbed to his injuries. Tomar who is a native of Madhya Pradesh's Tarsana village is survived by his wife, a daughter and a son. "The Indian Army retaliated strongly and effectively, " he said, adding that "firing ceased at 6.45 am".
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"He was a fearless and honest soldier".
"They resorted to indiscriminate firing from automatic weapons towards army posts and civilian areas in along LoC in Poonch district from 5.15 am".
"One jawan was martyred, and another one was critically injured during ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops", a senior Army official said.
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In July, the LoC remained hot and witnessed numerous ceasefire violations by the Pakistani troops.
A 40-year-old woman was killed when a mortar fired from across the border exploded near her home, the report said, citing Indian defence sources. Identified as Raqia Bi of Gohlad Kalran in Mendhar sector, sources said that she became a victim to a Pakistani shell which fell near her house.
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