Srinagar, February 27: The Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing at 8:45 AM in Bhimber Gali sector, Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. The Indian Army retaliated effectively. Also Read - Low-intensity IED Explodes in Kashmir's Pulwama; Area Cordoned Off, Probe Underway, Say Police
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School children were left stranded at school due to ceasefire violation in Rajouri district. “There has been heavy shelling so we have asked the students to wait. We will leave them only when firing stops,” the school headmaster said. Also Read - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan Lashes Out at Opposition For Making Mockery of Democracy
“This will continue to happen. The firing will continue to happen on both sides unless the two nations decide to think of peace. The sooner they think about it, the sooner it will stop,” National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah said.
On Monday, the Pakistani army violated ceasefire in Nowshera and Rajouri districts.