Pakistan violates ceasefire again, heavy shelling in J&K's Uri sector on

Pakistani troops have been continuously shelling on the areas along the LoC.

Pakistan violates ceasefire again, heavy shelling in J&K's Uri sector on

SRINAGAR: Pakistan on Monday violated ceasefire in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir. As per latest reports, three civilians have been injured in the heavy shelling which is underway.

Meanwhile, the civilians have been rushed to the hospital.

On Sunday, one Army jawan got injured in a ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Karmarha sector of J&K's Poonch. 

Pakistani troops have been continuously shelling on the areas along the LoC.

Last week, following the Sunjuwan Army camp attack, Pakistani troops had launched mortars shells in Khadi Karmara forward areas in Poonch.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday had said that guns can never do away with the tension prevailing in the militancy-hit state. Instead, only talks can solve the problems.

Speaking to the media, Mufti had urged for peace in the state. She had said that the conditions at the border are not good so in order to make situations better, both the countries - India and Pakistan should talk.

"Guns cannot solve any problems, only talks can solve problems. Conditions at the border are not good, Both the countries should talk and there should be ceasefire. Peace should be given an opportunity," she had said.

A total of 18 people, including ten security personnel and eight civilians, were killed and over 75 injured in Pakistani shelling along the LoC and the IB in Jammu region this year.

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