Indian forces on Sunday opened unprovoked fire at a Pakistan Rangers’ checkpost in Sialkot sector, military sources said.

The sources said that India’s Border Security Force resorted to unprovoked firing at the Pakistani checkpost.

The Pakistani forces retaliated in befitting manner and exchange of fire in Palkhian near Head Marala was underway.

The situation remains tense between both the neighbors since New Delhi accused Pakistan Army of killing Indian troops in occupied Kashmir.

Islamabad has been showing restraint despite Indian aggression after the recent events in which its High Commission was targeted by protesters in New Delhi.

New Delhi-Lahore bus was also stopped by Indian protesters on Friday against the killing of Indian troops.

Meanwhile, Curfew was imposed in three more districts of occupied Kashmir, as situation remains tense in the valley.

Indian security officials claimed that the situation was still under control. However several people were injured during clashes between police and protesters.

Authorities said that curfew had been imposed in three more districts of Indian Held Kashmir. Seven out of 10 districts in Jammu region remained affected by the curfew.

The situation worsened on Friday when Hindu extremists attacked people protesting against Indian atrocities. A man was killed and several others injured in the attack.