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Indian forces resort to unprovoked firing along Working Boundary, 2 killed

India has violated ceasefire once again this time resorting to unprovoked firing along the Working Boundary that killed one-year-baby including two citizens while seven others injured. The fire exchange between the Pakistani and Indian forces is still on.

The Pakistan Rangers Punjab gave a tit-for-tat reply to unprovoked firing by the Indian security forces on last night (Sunday). The Indian forces continue firing and shelling in Harpal, Sujitgarh, Umranawali, and Chuprar sectors of the Working Boundary in Sialkot district. Pak army is giving a befitting reply to the Indian action.

According to District Emergency Officer Kamal Abid seven people have been wounded by unprovoked Indian firing and they were being shifted to CMH Sialkot for medical treatment.