Indian Army forces Pakistan's border action team to retreat

Representational pic- Army foils infiltration bid

He asked them to investigate this and other reported violations, and urged the Indian side to permit the United Nations Military Observers group in India and Pakistan to play the role mandated under the UN Security Council resolutions.

Indian Army successfully retaliated and fired at the intruders forcing them to retreat. He also said that however the exchange of fire between the two sides was under way when reports last came in. "It is nothing but an attempt to push in as many terrorists as possible befor the winter sets in", said an official.

Different villages of Nakyal sector were targeted in the heavy shelling at a time when people were heading towards for their daily work.

Pakistan's BAT in its failed bid tried to infiltrate 7to 8 armed intruders around 1 pm and attacked the Indian Post.

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According to a section of the India-Pakistan Joint Statement, May 2008 - pertaining to the consular access agreement - both the countries must exchange lists of the prisoners twice in a year, he said in a statement.

- There have been several BAT attacks in the past in which Indian jawans have been beheaded or their bodies mutilated. On Saturday, two soldiers were injured when Pakistani troops allegedly opened fire at forward posts along the Line of Control in Balakote sector of Poonch district. The incident had led to parts of the 740-km long LoC witnessing escalation in tensions.

The deceased was identified as 22-year-old Muhammad Raziq whereas the injured include Irum Kauser, Ghulam Fatima, Kalsoom Begum and 14-year-old Ahsan Kareem.

The reports said that some villagers of the area had noticed the presence of four suspects when they were working in the fields.

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