Violation of the ceasefire agreement at the Line of Control (LoC) from the Indian side continues as Indian troops once again indulged in unprovoked shelling and firing in the Bajwat Sector of Sialkot on Sunday, while Pakistani troops retaliating to silence the Indian guns.

According to reports, Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing at all the check posts including Narowal and Patoli Check post.

Pakistani armed forces responded in a befitting manner which ultimately silenced the enemy's guns.

Security officials said the Indian security forces used light weapons and resorted to heavy mortar shelling on the Pakistani check posts in Sialkot’s Bajwat sector and civil areas.

Chinab Rangers retaliated in a befitting manner silencing the Indian guns, officials said.

No fatality was reported in today’s hour-long firing and shelling which is continued since Wednesday in different sectors of Sialkot, targeting civilian areas and claiming lives of two Pakistani soldiers besides loss of properties.

Pakistan and India had declared a ceasefire in 2003. However, Indian troops’ violation of the ceasefire has become a routine now causing great tension at the LoC.