Four Indian BSF officials including two officers killed in retaliatory fire by Pakistan Rangers
NEW DELHI - Four Indian Border Security Force (BSF) jawans were killed by Pakistan rangers retaliatory fire in Chambliyal sector of Samba district in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Zee News has reported.
The mortal remains of soldier Hansraj Gurjar was slated to reach his native place on Wednesday night for the cremation to be held on Thursday. Mortal remains of two other soldiers, who hailed from Rajasthan – Commandant Jitendra Singh and assistant sub inspector Ramniwas – were also expected to reach Jaipur and Sikar respectively on Wednesday night.
Sub inspector Rajneesh Kumar’s mortal remains is likely to reach his residence in Etah in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday morning.
The jawans lost their lives in retaliatory fire which began on Tuesday night. It came days after the two border guarding forces, at a sector commander-level meeting on June 4, agreed to maintain peace and tranquillity along the IB.