Pakistani forces break the cease-fire, and the BSF responds appropriately.

Pakistan rangers fired on a Border Security Force patrol group in Rajasthan along the India-Pakistan border . BSF was informed that there had been no casualties or injuries as a result of the unprovoked fire .

New Delhi, India, December 10: In a ceasefire violation, Pakistan rangers fired on a Border Security Force (BSF) patrolling group in the Anupgarh area of Rajasthan along the India-Pakistan border on Friday afternoon.BSF was informed that there had been no casualties or injuries as a result of the unprovoked fire.According to a senior BSF officer, there have been no injuries.Pak Rangers fired six-seven rounds on BSF troops who were standing ahead of the border fence, as a Kissan guard and five local farmers were notified by BSF.

According to the statement, a demonstration is being organized and a flag meeting will be held.

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