BHIMBER: Indian troops on Sunday opened unprovoked firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in Bhimber district.

The firing started at 4:00 am in Azad Kashmir's Khoi Ratta sector and continued till 7:00 am.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Pakistani troops befittingly responded to unprovoked Indian firing. No loss of life has been reported from either side.

Relations between both the countries have worsened after the attack on an Indian military camp in Uri inside India-held Kashmir on Sept 18, where around 20 Indian soldiers were killed. Since then, India has resorted to the unprovoked firing numerous times.

On September 29, it falsely claimed of carrying out surgical strikes across LoC and were strongly rejected by Pakistan as baseless.