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Date: October 27, 2010

Setting: Rawlakot, Pakistani Administered Kashmir and Poonch, Indian Administered Kashmir.

Fact: Exchange of fire on the LOC (Kashmir Part of India-Pakistan Border)

Indian Side:

The following news was reported by the Times of India.

2 Ceasefire violations by Pak at Poonch, Uri Sectors in J-K

JAMMU: Pakistan on Wednesday violated the ceasefire agreement and opened heavy fire on forward Indian positions in the Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir, army sources said, adding no casualty or loss has been reported so far.

Sources said the Pakistan troops opened heavy firing from machine guns and fired rockets on the Forward Defended Locations (FDLs) namely Kranti, Kripan and Ravi in Krishnaghati sub-sector along the Line of Control.

The Army spokesperson confirmed the incident and said the Pak troops opened heavy fire using machine guns and RPG rockets on Indian posts in Krihna Ghati sector at around 1530 hrs. He also said the encounter is still on. He however added that Indian side observed restrained to avoid escalation of tension in area.

He said it is clear case of ceasefire violation and has been done to facilitate the pushing the infiltrators into Indian side.

In an earlier ceasefire violation, Pak troops fired on the Indian posts in same sector for an hour in which on army jawan was killed on Oct 24. Pakistani troops had fired on Indian posts in Kerni at Jallas sub-sector along the Line of Control ( LoC) in Poonch district on October 1 and 2. Pak troops also violated ceasefire on September 28 and 29 in the Krishna Ghati sub-sector in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan Side:

This was the piece as reported by the Samaa News.

Indian army opens fire on PPP rally in Azad Kashmir

Staff Report

MUZAFFARABAD: The Indian army opened fire on the rally organized by Pakistan Peoples’ Party where one man wounded Wednesday.

Kashmiris are observing the black day throughout the world against the Indian occupation in Kashmir.

Indian army opened fire on the rally when it reached near Taitri, Batal Sector where one man injured.

Pakistan minister for information, Qamar-uz Zaman Kaira, while talking to media persons in Lahore, said that the government condemned the incident and will protest. SAMAA

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