KOTLI - India again on Tuesday morning violated the ceasefire agreement by opening unprovoked firing at civilian settlements near Nakyal sector of Kotli district in Azad Kashmir, leaving a woman injured.

Assistant Commissioner Chaudhry Muhammad Ayub told newsmen that one woman was injured when India troops opened unprovoked firing at Datot village.

Pakistani troops responded to the unprovoked firing by Indian forces across the Line of Control and made them silent.

According to military sources, Indian occupational forces resorted to unprovoked firing in Kotli's Nakyal sector along LoC in a blatant as well as repeated violation of the ceasefire agreement between the two countries. Sources further said Pakistan's tit-for-tat retaliation forced the enemy to retreat to its bunkers.

India meanwhile summoned Pakistan's deputy envoy and lodged a strong protest against the killing of an Indian fisherman by Pakistani marine troops, the Indian foreign ministry said on Tuesday.

The Indian External Affairs Ministry called Pakistani Deputy High Commissioner Mansoor Ahmad Khan in the national capital and conveyed to him that "India condemns the incident of indiscriminately firing on unarmed Indian fishermen by a vessel of the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency near Indo- Pakistan international maritime boundary line on October 11, 2013," a ministry statement said according to PTI.

The firing led to the death of an Indian fishermen, the statement said.

The ministry added, "The Pakistani deputy high commissioner was informed that it is of great concern that an incident of this nature has taken place amidst the stated desire by Pakistan for peaceful, friendly and cooperative ties with India. We have asked that the incident be thoroughly investigated and its results be shared at an early date."

The Indian fisherman hailing from the western state of Gujarat, Naran Bhai Sosa, was killed in the shooting incident while 30 others were allegedly kidnapped by the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency off Jakhau coast.