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4 soldiers injured in Pakistani firing along LoC in J&K's Akhnoor sector

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 20 January 2021
Four soldiers of the Army sustained injuries as Pakistani troops opened fire targeting forward areas along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Akhnoor sector, official sources said on Wednesday. The ceasefire violation from across the LoC in the Keri Battal area took place on the intervening night of Tuesday and Wednesday, they said.
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