This is the second time in two weeks when Pakistan army released such a video. (Source: @OfficialDGISPR) (Twitter)
The Indian Army today rejected as "false and fabricated" a video circulated by Pakistan purportedly showing attacks by its military on a few Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.
A spokesperson of the Pakistani military had tweeted the video clip titled "Pak Army strikes Indian Posts on LoC".
"It is false and fabricated," a top Indian Army official said in New Delhi.
Ref PR285/17— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) June 3, 2017
Video clip showing destruction of Indian posts on LOC by Pak Army in response to unprovoked Indian firing on innocent citizens. pic.twitter.com/ceErT8KzlC
The Indian Army had also rejected the Pakistan military's claim that five Indian soldiers were killed in Tatta Pani sector along the LoC yesterday when Pakistani troops had retaliated to Indian fire. The LoC is the de facto border that divides India and Pakistan in Kashmir.
A senior army official said there was no casualty and only a woman sustained injuries in the Pakistani firing.
On May 23, the Indian Army had released a video of "punitive fire assaults" on Pakistani positions across the Line of Control, inflicting "some damage".
Pakistan, however, had dismissed the Indian Army's assertion of destroying its posts in the Naushera sector.
Incidents of cross-border firing along the LoC have seen a significant rise in the last few weeks.