India suspends cross-border travel to Pakistan from Poonch
India has suspended cross-border travel to Pakistan from Poonch, after the facilitation centre along the LoC was damaged in heavy shelling by Pakistan Army.
A senior district official said, travel on cross-LoC Poonch-Rawlakote bus service was suspended as a precaution after the shelling, which damaged the facilitation centre. http://bit.ly/Clipper28App
Pakistani troops resumed heavy mortar shelling and automatic weapon firing early today morning, targeting Indian posts and civilian areas near the Line of Control, said the defence spokesperson. The spokesman said, Indian forces have befittingly responded to the shelling. http://bit.ly/Clipper28App
However, there was no casualty. Today’s cease-fire breach is the second in the last 20 hours and the third one in four days.
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