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Pakistan Troops Violate Ceasefire In J&K's Uri Sector

As of now, no casualties or loss of property have been reported.

Pakistan Troops Violate Ceasefire In J&K's Uri Sector
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Pakistan Troops Violate Ceasefire In J&K's Uri Sector
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2018-02-22T14:34:07+05:30

The Pakistan Army on Thursday restored to unprovoked and indiscriminate firing in Jammu and Kashmir's Charunda Uri sector.

As of now, no casualties or loss of property have been reported.

Meanwhile, gunshots were heard in Kashmir's Bandipora district.

Search and cordon operation by security forces is underway.

More details are awaited.

ANI

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