The sources said that the Pakistani bombing was intense causing panic among the population. However, there was no accident or damage on the Indian side so far.
After a long lull near the Pakistani troops resumed heavy mortar shelling in various locations along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pallanwala, Sunderwani sectors and Nowshera on Friday morning. Confirming this, a spokesman for the Ministry of Defence Lt Colonel Manish Mehta, Jammu said that Pakistani troops used “small arms, automatic, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.” The Indian Army was “rejoining appropriately and befittingly way, “he added.
The sources said that the bombing was intense causing panic among the population. However, there was no accident or damage on the Indian side so far.
Similarly, after the firing of 80 mm and 120 mm mortar shells at different locations on the Indian side for a few hours, the Pakistani guns were silent along the Line of Control in Mendhar and KG sectors since last night. The Indian army had retaliated Pakistani bombing.