SIALKOT: Unprovoked Indian firing and shelling in Sialkot left two Pakistani civilians dead and two others injured, Geo News reported on Wednesday.
Sources said Indian troops resorted to unproved firing in Harpal sector soon after the firing incident in Chaprar sector where one civilian lost his life.
India has been violating ceasefire over the past few days and the toll has reached to seven in fresh firing incidents.
On Monday, Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing at Charwa sector, Sialkot, killing four Pakistani civilians including two children and a woman.
The government of Pakistan has demanded the international community to take notice of the Indian provocation while protest was also registered to the United Nation’s observer’s group.