Pakistan blames India for killing a soldier in Kashmir border
Muzaffarabad, Jammu and Kashmir: January 20, 2010:
One Pakistani soldier was killed on Tuesday along the Line of Control (LoC), when India and Pakistan accused each other for violating the defecto border which divides both parts of Kashmir.
A Pakistan Army soldier was killed while another sustained injuries when Indian troops fired across the Line of Control in Keil sector near Rawlakot, a press note of Pakistani army said.
“Pakistan launched protest with India on the incident and demanded an immediate flag meeting,” it added.
India has also claimed that Pakistani army fired at an Indian border post in the Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch district, in Jammu region, but there were no casualties or injuries reported from Indian side.
India and Pakistan had signed the ceasefire agreement on Line of Control (LoC) in November 2003 where tensions claimed many lives from both sides before the truce.