It has been reported that the Pakistan army has been firing at the Indian posts, across the LoC, even as Pak prime minister Nawaz Sharif is having talks with the new Indian PM Narendra Modi.
Pak fires bullets twice on Monday
In a report from the Times of India, it has been said that the Pakistan army was involved in firing several sniper shots on Monday, even as Narendra Modi was taking his oath as the new Prime minister, at 6:15 PM.
It is also reported that earlier at 11:20 AM, the Pakistani army had fired the shots at Indian posts at the Nagi Tekri of Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch.
TOI also reported that the Border Security Force source has said, “Pakistan Rangers fired at least three sniper rounds from across the border at around 6.15pm at STOP-2 Post of BSF in village Pindi of Arnia sub-sector of this winter capital. BSF troops exercised restraint. No injury or damage was reported.”
Nawaz Sharif meets PM today: says he carries a message of ‘Peace’
The incident has occurred even as the two Prime ministers are holding a dialogue today in New Delhi. The Pakistani prime minister had earlier described his visit as carrying a message of ‘Peace’.
Modi tweets about his exchange with Nawaz Sharif on their mothers
Yesterday after the swearing in ceremony Narendra Modi had tweeted an exchange between him and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over their mothers. He has told that Nawaz Sharif was along with his mother, when he saw the visuals of Modi eating sweets from the hands of his mother. Modi also tweeted that Sharif indicated that his mother became very emotional after seeing those visuals.