A villager shows the damage at the ceiling of his house after firing from the Pakistani side. (Below) Villagers move to safer places by police vehicle after shelling from the Pakistani side at Bainglad village in Samba district.

India has dismissed allegations made by Islamabad about the killing of two Pakistani Rangers in the BSF firing on the International Border in the Jammu.External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj wrote to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz, dismissing contentions made by him in his letter of 2nd January 2015 to her.Swaraj stated that the incidents on December 31 in Jammu sector commenced when routine BSF patrol, flying an identifying flag came under sniper fire from a Pakistan Border Post, which resulted in death of one Indian security personnel and serious injuries to another.She asked Islamabad to adhere to mechanisms that have been evolved to ensure peace and tranquility on the International Border and Line of Control. She emphasized that India always adhered to these mechanisms and will continue to do so.

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India dismisses allegations of killing two Pakistani Rangers in Jammu and Kashmir