ISLAMABAD — Pakistan said a “ridiculous” Indian assault killed two officers and a 70-year-old villager in the debated Kashmir district on Thursday.
Pakistan’s armed force said it returned fire subsequent to going under assault, causing “generous” harm to Indian military posts. It was vague whether Indian troops endured any losses.
On Thursday, Pakistan summoned an Indian ambassador and stopped a challenge over what it said was an infringement of a 2003 truce.
The two sides every now and again exchange fire over the Line of Control, which denotes the limit between parts of the area held by Pakistan and India.
The two atomic outfitted adversaries each claim Kashmir completely, and have gone to war over the locale twice since they picked up freedom from Britain in 1947.