Amid increased tension, Pakistan troops resort to heavy shelling along LoC

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Meanwhile, Pakistan says Indian troops violated the ceasefire more than 1,900 times in 2017, with 75 violations in January 2018 alone.

More than 14 people have been killed in Pakistani shelling on the LoC and the worldwide border since January 17.

Jammu: Four Indian soldiers, including an officer, were martyred and four other persons were injured on Sunday in Pakistani firing on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri and Poonch districts, defence officials said.

Union Minister Giriraj Singh also targeted Pakistan for the ceasefire violations, saying, "have faith in the Indian Army".

- On February 4, four Army personnel were killed in another ceasefire violation by Pakistan in J&K's Rajouri. Action will speak for itself. A report by Pakistan-based news organisation Dawn claimed that a woman and teenage boy got killed while seven others got injured in alleged firing by Indian forces.

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Mushahid Hussain said Pakistan would continue political, moral and diplomatic support to struggle movement of Kashmiri people and resolution of the dispute as per United Nations resolutions.

"The deliberate targeting of civilian populated areas is indeed deplorable and contrary to human dignity, worldwide human rights and humanitarian laws", the statement said, describing the ceasefire violations by India as a "threat to regional peace and security" which "may lead to a strategic miscalculation".

Captain Kapil Kundu, a resident of village Ransika in Haryana's Gurgaon district, was killed just six days before his 22nd birthday, Army officials said. People residing near LoC are moving to safer places amid fear of constant ceasefire violations.

Hostilities between India and Pakistan have increased on the de facto border since last month.

Pakistan and India exchanged fire after the latter violated the ceasefire agreement over the weekend.

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