It said in 2018, the Indian forces have carried out more than 190 ceasefire violations along the LoC and the Working Boundary to date, resulting in the death of 13 civilians, while injuring 65 others.
Sunday's ceasefire violation came a day after Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that the Indian security forces at the border have been directed to retaliate Pakistan's unprovoked firings with countless bullets to even one bullet from the country's arch rival.
India on Monday registered its protest against unabated ceasefire violations with the Pakistan foreign office in Islamabad. Asserting that the forces will continue giving befitting response, Chand said that the army's further action will speak the rest.
Parliament adjourned briefly amid protest by TMC, TDP and Akali Dal
Recently, Naidu had stated that if the BJP does not want the alliance, the TDP will chart its own course. It is evidently clear that the Telugu Desam Party happens to be the BJP's biggest ally in the South.
Stop right now! The Spice Girls have reunited for "new opportunities"
Melanie Chisholm has said the Spice Girls are getting back together because the world needs a little more girl power right now. They last officially performed as the Spice Girls for the London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony.
Prostate cancer causing more deaths than breast cancer
"For older women , (cardiovascular disease) poses a greater mortality threat than breast cancer itself". The organization highlights that therapies such as chemotherapy and radiation can be life-saving.
Chand accused the Pakistan Army of supporting the infiltration of terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir. "It leaves no space for any confidence-building like a ceasefire agreement", said Lt-Gen D S Hooda. He said the "illegitimate use of force by the Indian forces in Kashmir" had "miserably failed to suppress indigenous freedom struggle".
Pakistan has declared an official holiday today and the government as well as various groups have announced rallies and seminars to highlight the issue of Kashmir. In the process, six Pakistani Army personnel, including a Major rank officer, were killed.
Pakistan resorted to machine gun firing and mortar shelling at villages on the Indian side in Jammu, Rajouri and Poonch forcing panic stricken inhabitants to flee and take shelter in safer places. Pakistan used "small arms, automatics, mortars and missiles" in the unprovoked firing, it said. They were identified as Captain Kapil Kundu, 23, from Haryana, 43-year-old Havildar Roshan Lal from Jammu and Kashmir, Rifleman Ram Avtar, 28, from Madhya Pradesh, and 23-year-old Rifleman Shubam Singh from Jammu and Kashmir.
Former Northern Army Command chief, Lieutenant General D S Hooda (retd), who oversaw the September 2016 "surgical strike" attacks, said that it seemed unlikely that the situation along the LoC would get better in the short term.