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India warns Pak over truce violations

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JAMMU/BENGALURU, Jan 1 � In a fresh ceasefire violation along the International Border (IB), Pakistan Rangers targeted 13 border outposts in Samba sector in Jammu and Kashmir, drawing a strong retaliation from the BSF with a warning today that they should be prepared for collateral damage, reports PTI.

As the BSF mulled lodging a strong protest with Pakistan over the fresh violations, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said Islamabad does not seem to learn any lesson, a day after four Pakistani Rangers were killed in a sharp counter-attack following the death of an Indian jawan in cross-border firing.

�Pakistan does not like to stay quiet even on New Year day. They started (cross-border) firing at 12.30 pm and don�t seem to learn (any) lesson,� Parrikar said at an event in Bengaluru.

In an obvious reference to Pakistan and China, he also said, �We are surrounded in northern boundaries by two neighbours who are not very comfortable with us.�

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh also said the BSF and other security forces are prepared to give Pakistan a �fitting reply�.

Today�s incident was the third ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the IB in the past three days and seventh in the last eight days.

�They (Pakistan) have violated the norms on international border. We are going to lodge strong protest to them (over ceasefire violation),� Inspector General of Border Security Force (BSF) Rakesh Sharma told reporters in Jammu.

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India warns Pak over truce violations

JAMMU/BENGALURU, Jan 1 � In a fresh ceasefire violation along the International Border (IB), Pakistan Rangers targeted 13 border outposts in Samba sector in Jammu and Kashmir, drawing a strong retaliation from the BSF with a warning today that they should be prepared for collateral damage, reports PTI.

As the BSF mulled lodging a strong protest with Pakistan over the fresh violations, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said Islamabad does not seem to learn any lesson, a day after four Pakistani Rangers were killed in a sharp counter-attack following the death of an Indian jawan in cross-border firing.

�Pakistan does not like to stay quiet even on New Year day. They started (cross-border) firing at 12.30 pm and don�t seem to learn (any) lesson,� Parrikar said at an event in Bengaluru.

In an obvious reference to Pakistan and China, he also said, �We are surrounded in northern boundaries by two neighbours who are not very comfortable with us.�

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh also said the BSF and other security forces are prepared to give Pakistan a �fitting reply�.

Today�s incident was the third ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the IB in the past three days and seventh in the last eight days.

�They (Pakistan) have violated the norms on international border. We are going to lodge strong protest to them (over ceasefire violation),� Inspector General of Border Security Force (BSF) Rakesh Sharma told reporters in Jammu.