The BSF troops in Arnia sector had last Saturday detected an incomplete cross-border tunnel from the Pakistan side of the worldwide border.
Pakistan troops reportedly targeted dozens of villages and posts in Shahpur, Kirni and Qasba sector in the early hours of Monday, which resulted in two casualties. Eight civilians also received injuries in the firing and all of them have been admitted to a district hospital of the Digwar sector.
Pakistan's claims that it wants peace are hollow, said Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
The boy identified as Asrar Ahmad was killed as the Pakistani troopers began shelling and firing in the Kerni area at 6.30 a.m.
The Indian Army is retaliating to it strongly.
The nuclear-armed neighbours regularly exchange mortar fire across the border despite signing a ceasefire in 2003. They have had to take shelter at camps set up by the government.
Defence experts are opined that this ceasefire violation is a possible attempt to help the infiltrators to get inside the Indian territory. However, the question is why Pakistan should not expose Indian brutal acts when Indian forces have killed about 70000 Kashmiris since 1989?
The security forces have killed one infiltrator.
In the past few months, Pakistan has violated ceasefire multiple times.
He said the soldiers noticed some suspicious movement near the LoC and challenged the suspects.