LAHORE – India’s Border Security Force (BSF) made unprovoked firing on Pakistan Rangers’ posts and adjacent villages along the Line of Control (LoC) in Shakar Garh sector on Thursday night, said a spokesperson for the Rangers. No casualty was reported, but the incident sent a wave of panic among the area people. The spokesman said retaliatory firing by the Pakistan Rangers made the guns of the BSF silent. He said as per local people, the BSF often resorted to firing, causing loss of human lives.   Meanwhile, PR (Punjab) officers have called a flag meeting with their Indian contemporaries today to register their protest. against the ‘unprovoked firing’ lodged with them. It may be mentioned here that the BSF, by making unprovoked firing, had violated the ceasefire agreement. In August this year, six Pakistani citizens were injured in firing and mortar shelling by Indian Border Security Forces at the Sialkot working boundary. According to military officials, Indian forces opened fire in village Surkhpur of Chapriyal sector, some 10-kilometere away from Sialkot. The firing left six civilians, including two women and a child, wounded.