One civilian was killed and three others were wounded in the Pakistan administered Kashmir as Indian troops fired rockets and mortar shells, the army of Pakistan was quoted as saying by Associated Press.
In a statement, the military called it the latest unprovoked incident of cease-fire violations by India and said Pakistani troops responded by targeting the Indian posts.
Authorities said the exchange of fire between Pakistani and Indian forces in Kashmir started Thursday and continued overnight.
The latest development comes a day after Pakistan summoned an Indian diplomat to lodge a protest over this week’s alleged Indian violation of a 2003 cease-fire agreement. Two civilians were wounded on the Pakistani side of the border in that exchange of fire.