ISLAMABAD (Agencies) Pakistani and Indian forces exchanged fire across their border at the weekend, a spokesman said on Monday. Indian forces using automatic weapons opened unprovoked firing on Pakistani positions in the Sialkot area, on Sunday night, a paramilitary force spokesman said. Our soldiers strongly retaliated and forced them to stop firing, Rangers spokesman Nadeem Raza said. We have decided to forcefully respond if they resort to firing again. But a spokesman for the Indian border guards told Reuters the exchange was provoked by a militant attack. The spokesman of Pak Rangers said the Indian allegations of cross border infiltrations are baseless and invited the international and national media to come and see the situation at the international border as well as in Sialkot. He told that a flag meeting was held between BSF and Pak Rangers in which Pak Rangers recorded their protest over infiltration of BSF and solid proofs were given to the BSF. He said strict security arrangements have been ensured at border and due to mining and fence no one can cross it.