Pakistan Strikes Back After
India Shelling Barrage

MUZAFFARABAD - Pakistan last night said it had attacked Indian army bunkers after a civilian was killed and at least 12 others injured by heavy shelling across the Kashmir border.
Pakistani troops destroyed four "strong" India army bunkers and damaged several others in the retaliatory strikes, a defence ministry official told the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan.
An ammunition stockpile nearby was also set ablaze in the firing, the official said.
India meanwhile, said two of its border troops were killed and three injured during the exchanges, as the two countries remained on high alert amid Indian demands that Pakistan act against militants on its soil.
The Pakistani defence ministry official said India had begun the firing across the de facto border in the disputed state.
"The Indian army started unprovoked firing and shelling in Poonch Rawalkot sector along the Line of Control (LoC) using artillery, heavy and light mortar and other automatic weapons," he said.
"Pakistani troops deployed along the LoC gave a befitting response to the Indian firing and shelling and targeted bunkers of the enemy."

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