Uneasy calm prevails along Indo-Pak border

Srinagar

After the three days of heavy firing and shelling between the armies of India and Pakistan, a tenuous calm prevailed along the international border from Pargwal to Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir since Saturday evening, reports claimed.

Meanwhile, the death toll in Saturday’s exchange of fire along the border has risen to five as one more army personnel succumbed to injuries at the hospital. With this, the death toll on the Indian side in January this year has risen to 12 including three Army men, three BSF personnel and six civilians, with injuries to nearly 50 others. Of them, ten have died during the last four days, reported The Indian Express.

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