Pakistan violates ceasefire, fires at Indian post
Kathua, Aug 16 (ANI): Hours after exchanging sweets and releasing of Indian fishermen by Pakistan on the occasion of the 65th Independence Day, Indias border district of Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir received unprovoked firing from the neighbouring country. The firing was intense and at irregular intervals by Pakistan rangers but didnt cause any damage to life and property at Indian side. The Pakistan rangers targeted the Border post and nearby villages. The sleuths of BSF retaliated firing when situation got uncontrolled. Horrified over the incident, a villager Rajpal added that the firing has created fear among villagers, so much so that they are demanding relocation and rehabilitation.