Pakistan denies killing Indian soldiers in Kashmir
ISLAMABAD (AFP) - The Pakistan army on Tuesday denied killing five Indian soldiers in an attack on a military post as reported by Indian officials.
"No Pakistani troops either crossed into India nor carried out any unprovoked firing. The Indian allegations are totally baseless," a military spokesman told AFP.
Indian officials earlier said Pakistani troops killed five Indian soldiers in an attack on a military post in Indian Kashmir.
"Pakistani troops simply attacked the Indian post, violating the ceasefire and they killed five of our soldiers," a senior army official in Indian-administered Kashmir told AFP on condition of anonymity.