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India and Pakistan mutually agreed to stop cross-border firing 

India and Pakistan have mutually agreed to follow the ceasefire pacts. The two nations have agreed to avoid cross-border firing

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As per the new developments, India and Pakistan agreed to strictly observe their agreements on cross-border firing. The military officials from both sides have agreed to stop firing across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, as per the statements issued by the military department. An official from New Delhi apparently stated that a decision was taken considering people who were killed in cross-border firing.

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A joint statement said, referring to the heads of the military operations from both the countries, “In the interest of achieving mutually beneficial and sustainable peace along the borders, the two DGsMO agreed to address each other’s core issues and concerns which have the propensity to disturb the peace and lead to violence.”

The officials are apparently expected to see a decline in violence and tension at the LoC. At the same time, India will not ease up on deployments along the LoC. And this action aims at stopping infiltration or counter-insurgency operations in Jammu and Kashmir, as reported by the officials.

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