The army said the incident reflected the barbarism pervading in official and unofficial organisations in Pakistan.
One soldier was killed and another injured yesterday as army foiled an infiltration bid by terrorists from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in Tangdhar sector along Line of Control in Kashmir, army said here.
One attacker was killed in the incident which the Indian army said will be "responded to appropriately".
Pakistan's Border Action Team (BAT), known to be made up of trained terrorists and Pakistan Army soldiers, is believed to have been behind this act.
Areas near the border have been on high alert because of a spurt in firing from Pakistan after Indian soldiers last month crossed over the Line of Control and destroyed launchpads areas for terrorists who, the army said, were getting ready to enter India to carry out a series of attacks. "This act will invite an appropriate response", he added.
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The Army on Friday evening accused miltants from across the border of mutilating a soldier's body in north Kashmir's Kupwara district. The soldier was identified as Manjeet Singh of 17 Sikh Light Infantry.
Meanwhile, heavy mortar shelling by Pakistan has been reported in Kathua and Abdullian in RS Pura sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
Hours later, a BSF jawan was killed on Saturday in ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops in the sector.
Following the exchange of fire, one militant was also killed by the security forces.
Four army and three BSF personnel have died in the latest escalation along the boundary with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir.