There will be no dialogue with Pakistan till it continues to violate ceasefire along the Line of Control and International Border in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Minister General (retd) VK Singh said on Saturday.
Pakistani Rangers on Wednesday violated the ceasefire by resorting to brief firing with small arms on Border Out Posts (BoPs) along the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Samba districts of the state.
In the third ceasefire violation in less than 48 hours, Pakistani troops fired heavily with small arms, automatic weapons and mortar shells on seven border out posts along the International Border in Jammu district, leaving two BSF jawans injured.
The Jammu and Kashmir government has introduced a scheme for the students living along the International Border, with an aim to make up for the academic losses suffered by them due to Pakistani firing.
Pakistan's parliament on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution against the alleged "unprovoked and indiscriminate" ceasefire violations by India and asked the government to seek UN intervention to resolve the Kashmir issue.
Pakistan Rangers violated ceasefire several times and resorted to firing on Border Out Posts along the International Border in Samba, Kathua and Jammu districts, on a day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.
In a major escalation, Pakistani troops on Thursday indulged in heavy "unprovoked" shelling and firing on 22 border outposts and 13 villages, killing two civilians and injuring six others including a BSF jawan along the International Border in Jammu sector.
After an overnight lull, Pakistan troops on Monday broke the ceasefire again, opening unprovoked firing on Indian positions on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, police said.
Two BSF jawans were among four persons injured when Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire for the third time in less than 48 hours by firing with small arms, automatic weapons and mortar shells on 10 border out posts and civilian areas along the International Border in Jammu district.
As thousands of civilians affected in shelling by Pakistani troops here thronged to safer shelter camps, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, accompanied by his team, on Friday went on to inspect the lodging facilities and quality of food provided to them.
With border dwellers bearing the brunt of firing by Pakistani troops, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has directed authorities to construct community bunkers in hamlets along the International Border in Jammu frontier.
India and Pakistan traded heavy mortar and gun fire along the international border with Pakistani troops targeting 60 outposts and 90 villagers overnight in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts, leaving eight persons, including three BSF jawans, injured.
Jammu, Leaving behind blood-stained beds, dismantled roof-tops and windows punctured by bullets, residents of border villages say that they were like sitting ducks for target practice of Pakistan's troops as they marched to safer places.
80-year-old Parkasho Devi has witnessed every conflict between India and Pakistan along the border here but feels that latest onslaught from the neighbouring country has been unprecedented as even at the peak of hostilities civilian areas were not targeted as they were being now.