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Pakistan accuses Indian forces of 'unprovoked' shootings on Kashmir village

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Pakistani and Indian troops have traded gunfire at the border dividing Kashmir between the two neighbors, wounding two villagers in the Islamabad-administered part of the disputed Himalayan region.

On Saturday, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria said India’s military is resorting to “unprovoked” firing at Kashmir’s ceasefire line, censuring the move as “deliberate targeting of civilians.”

Zakaria added that India’s latest violation of the ceasefire agreement with Pakistan occurred on Friday.

Pakistani military authorities stated that their troops returned fire after Indian forces opened fire towards them in the border village of Zazapir in the disputed region.



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