Heavy shelling continues between India, Pakistan in Jammu's RS Pura

Heavy shelling continued between Indian and Pakistani troops on Thursday in Jammu district's RS Pura sector of the International Border (IB).

IANS October 27, 2016 08:25:14 IST
Heavy shelling continues between India, Pakistan in Jammu's RS Pura

Jammu: Heavy shelling continued between Indian and Pakistani troops on Thursday in Jammu district's RS Pura sector of the International Border (IB).

Heavy shelling continues between India Pakistan in Jammus RS Pura

Representational image. PTI

The shelling along with firing exchanges started late Wednesday night, police said

"After Pakistan Rangers used 82 mm mortar shells to target civil and Border Security Force (BSF) facilities in RS Pura, the BSF retaliated effectively using same calibre weapons," police sources said.

"Shelling and firing exchanges took place in Korotana Kurd, Bidipur, Jattan, Abdullian, Chandu Chak, Shamka and Hansu Chak areas."

Loud explosions could still be heard in these areas.

No reports of human casualty or damage to property have so far been reported, the sources added.

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