Pakistan troops shell Indian Army posts in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri; no casualties reported so far

A day after Indian Air Force strikes on JeM training camps, Pakistan troops on Wednesday intensely shelled Indian posts in Uri Sector of Jammu and Kashmir

Press Trust of India February 27, 2019 11:51:14 IST
Pakistan troops shell Indian Army posts in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri; no casualties reported so far
  • Pakistani troops intensely shelled Indian posts in Uri Sector of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said

  • Pakistani Army fired mortar shells towards Indian posts in the early hours of Wednesday

  • An official said the Indian Army retaliated to the Pakistani action in an equal measure

Srinagar: Pakistani troops on Wednesday intensely shelled Indian posts in Uri Sector of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.

Pakistan troops shell Indian Army posts in Jammu and Kashmirs Uri no casualties reported so far

Representational image of an Army soldier. Reuters

The shelling comes a day after the Indian Air Force carried out air strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camps inside the neighbouring country.

Pakistani Army fired mortar shells towards Indian posts in the early hours of Wednesday, a police official said. He said there were no reports of any casualties so far.

The official said the Indian Army retaliated to the Pakistani action in an equal measure.

The exchange of fire across the LoC in Uri sector was going in when reports last came in, he added.

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