Shelling kills Jammu woman, border residents shifted to safer places

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A woman was killed in cross-border firing along the India-Pakistan border near Jammu on Saturday.

Officials identified the deceased as Toshi Devi, who was in her 30s. She was killed while her 10-year-old son was wounded when a mortar hit their house at Mangu Chak in Samba as Pakistani Rangers targeted Indian border posts near Jammu.

Over a dozen were wounded in the cross-border firing, which forced border residents to leave for safer areas.

Pakistani Rangers had fired on Indian posts in Samba and Kathua on Friday night as well. “They targeted the Indian posts and forward villages using mortar shelling, small arms and automatic weapons on Saturday,”

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Courtesy Times of India

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