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BSF soldier killed in Pak firing

16 May 2018

A jawan of Border Security Force (BSF) was martyred on Tuesday after Pakistan Army violated ceasefire along the worldwide border in Jammu's Samba sector in the late Monday night.

After a lull of about three months, Pakistan Rangers again targeted Indian positions in the Samba sector on Tuesday killing a BSF jawan at the Manguchak border observation post on the International Border (IB).

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Pakistan Rangers resorted to firing at Indian positions at 11.30 pm and intermittent exchange of fire was continuing till this afternoon, a BSF officer said. The constable Devendra Singh succumbed to the injuries which he received during the ceasefire violation. Constable Devender got hit on his left eye from a bullet.

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On May 10, a 22-year-old civilian was killed in small arms firing by Pakistani forces along the line of control (LoC) in Poonch district.

The incident at the IB comes barely 24 hours after the BSF noticed suspicious movement of 5 persons, believed to be terrorists, attempting to cross into India from along the IB in Hiranagar sector of nearby Kathua district, resulting in a massive search 2-day operation.

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Tuesday's ceasefire violation disrupted the peace that the residents of border villages had been experiencing.

BSF soldier killed in Pak firing