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In another ceasefire violation, Pakistan Rangers had started firing on forward BSF troops in Ramgarh Sector in Samba district along the IB, a senior BSF officer said adding that BSF also retaliated.

The Indian Army posts have responded strongly and effectively, the spokesman said.

Yesterday, a third grenade attack took place in J-K's Pulwama district on a police station.

While previously on Monday, the Pakistan Army violated the second ceasefire within the time period of just 48 hours along the Line of Control (LoC) in Krishna Ghati sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district.

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Pakistan Army provoked India again on Wednesday after violating ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir's Balakot and Poonch sectors. Two other civilians including 18-year-old Waqar Younas and 19-year-old Asad Ali embraced martyrdom in Bhabra Village in Hot Spring Sector.

Pakistan urged the Indian side to respect the 2003 Ceasefire agreement, investigate the incidents of ceasefire violations and instruct the Indian forces to respect the ceasefire in letter and spirit for peace at the LoC.

There are reports of damage to Indian posts and casualties in retaliatory fire.

Pakistan, however, on Monday summoned the Indian deputy high commissioner and condemned the alleged firing by Indian troops along the LoC in which three Pakistani civilians were killed.

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