Go to war with Pakistan and tear it into 4 parts: Swamy

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Meanwhile, the Indian Army has vowed to avenge the killing of four soldiers in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

"The Indian forces along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary are continuously targeting the civilian populated areas with heavy mortars and automatic weapons", said the foreign ministry in a statement on Monday.

Two teenage civilians Gulnaz Akhter (15) and Yasin Arif (14) were injured in Islamabad village of Bandi Chacian sub-sector in LoC's Shahpur sector of Poonch earlier during the day.

"That (retaliation) goes without saying". Army Vice Chief Sarath Chand said on Monday that India would give a befitting reply to Pakistan and its action will speak for itself. However, details were awaited. At least 14 people including eight civilians and six security personnel had been killed in Pakistan firing in the Jammu region between January 18 and 22.

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Elaborating upon the latest cycle of violence, they said it started from December 23 past year after a Junior Commissioned Officer of the Indian Army was killed in sniper fire from across the LoC.

The unprovoked Indian firing, according to the locals, started at about 11.00 in the morning and continued will 3.00 pm intermittently. "If the Indian government wants peace it will have to talk to Pakistan and conclude that an autonomy be given to us as well as them", the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said.

Meanwhile the district administration Rajouri has closed all 84 schools located near the LoC for three days. He referred to India's 2016 cross-LoC surgical strike against terror launchpads, and said, "When the Army carried out the attack, it didn't tell the media about it".

The Indian government's records show that Pakistan violated the ceasefire 840 times in 2017, and that since the beginning of this year alone, it has been responsible for 160 violations.