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Two Army Jawans Killed in Pakistan’s Violation of Ceasefire in Jammu | India News

NEW DELHI: Two army jawans were killed in violation of a ceasefire by Pakistan in the Sunderbani sector of the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.
Naik Prem Bahadur Khatri and rifleman Sukhbir Singh were seriously injured in the shooting by Pakistani forces. The jaws then succumbed to injuries, PRO defenseman Jammu said.
On Thursday, a junior army officer was killed and a civilian injured when Pakistani troops shelled and fired at outposts and villages along the Line of Control in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.
On Saturday, an Indian Army soldier was killed and three others, including two women, were wounded when Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked fire on outposts and villages in different sectors along the LoC and the International Border (IB). in Jammu and Kashmir.
On November 13, eleven people, including five members of the security personnel, died after multiple ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops throughout the LoC in northern Kashmir.
On October 1, an army jawan was killed and another injured when the Pakistani army violated the ceasefire and resorted to heavy gunfire and mortar shelling along the LoC in the Krishnagati area of ​​Poonch district, they said. the functionaries.
On 5 September, a member of the army was killed and two others, including an officer, were injured in the violation of the ceasefire in the Sunderbani sector of the Rajouri district.
According to official sources, as of October 6 this year, 3,589 violations of the ceasefire by Pakistan were reported along the LoC and the international border, compared to a total of 3,168 in 2019.
The 427 highest ceasefire violations occurred in September, followed by 411 in March and 408 in August, the sources said, adding that July recorded 398 ceasefire violations, June and April (387 each), May (382), February (366) and January (367).
(With inputs from agencies)

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