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Pakistan denies having fired on Indian troops
July 30, 2008 20:00 IST
Pakistan on Wednesday dismissed India's assertion about a fresh incident of firing by its troops across the Line of Control [Images] in Northern Kashmir, claiming that there had been a 'lull' throughout the day.
"There has been no report of any incident from any part of the LoC," he said.
His remarks follow Indian army's [Images] assertion that six 82 mm mortar shells were fired at the BSF positions in two bursts in a span of one hour from 1130 hours on Wednesday morning in Nowgam sector of Baramulla district.
"There has been a lull throughout the day," Abbas said.
India had on Tuesday also conveyed its concerns over several instances of cross-border firing by Pakistani troops along the 742 km LoC.
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