In the shooting at LOC, the army said that Pakistan used civilians as human armor.

At least five Indian soldiers were injured because Pakistan fired mortar shells and cross-controlled missiles in many areas in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. Officials prompted the authorities to close the school and postpone the examination. Five kilometers of the border

The Pakistani army started an unauthorized ceasefire by shooting large-scale weapons in areas 12 to 15 throughout the LoC in Jammu, Rajasthan and Poon areas from 18:30 on Tuesday.

"The Indian army responded with a reasonable cause and our fire extinguished, resulting in a severe destruction of the 05 pillars and the number of deaths per Pakistani army. Pakistani troops then fired mortars and missiles from civilian houses using villagers as human shields. However, the Indian army is targeting Pakistani people who are far away from civilian locations, "said Col Colender, Anand. (Follow live updates here)

Five army soldiers were slightly wounded by the fire exchange and there were evacuation from two military hospitals for treatment and security, he said.

The Pakistani army targets Akhnoor, Pallanwala in Jammu, Nowshera, Laam, Jhangar in Rajouri and Mankote, Mendhar, Region KG, Khari Karmara, Balakote and Poonch in Poonch. District judges of Rajouri and Poonch closed government and private schools within a radius of five kilometers. LoC on Wednesday as a precautionary measure

The tense situation in LoC in the Uri region of Kashmir amid the ceasefire on Tuesday night. The villagers said that the army had fired a gunshot towards the Pakistani column from the Kalgai village. Officials said that some villagers in Uri were being moved to a safer place after the ceasefire.

The increase occurred after the Indian Air Force (IAF) made a major attack early Tuesday at the largest camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed, who acts as "concrete intelligent input" about the terrorist groups preparing to attack in India. IAF dropped 1,000 pounds of bombs in the forest-covered peak and killed a large number of terrorists.

Jaish-e-Mohammed Claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack on Pulwama on February 14, when killing at least 40 CRPF molars. This camp was led by the elder brother of Jaish Masood Azhar of Maulana Yousuf Azhar.

"The battle began at about 5.30 am on Tuesday and the fire exchange periodically lasted until 6:00 am on Wednesday," the military said.