Pakistan rangers again violated ceasefire along the International Border (IB) in the RS Pura sector of Jammu district by resorting to small arms fire late on Friday night.
"Small arms bursts are beings fired by Pakistan Rangers in Abdullian village in the Suchetgarh sector in RS Pura," Deputy Commissioner Jammu Simrandeep Singh said.
He said people have been advised to stay indoors and so far no relief camps have been set up and the situation will be monitored for the next 18 hours.
A BSF officer said the jawans were giving befitting reply to Pakistan Rangers.
The latest ceasefire violations came hours after the BSF claimed to have killed seven Pakistan Rangers and one terrorist in the "retaliatory fire" in the Kathua sector on the international border.
Pakistan Rangers, the border force of Pakistan, resorted to sniper attacks at Indian posts at Hira Nagar in Kathua at around 9.35 am, BSF said.
The Indian border guarding force launched an aggressive offensive against the Pakistani firing, BSF said in a release, adding seven Rangers and a terrorist were shot dead in the retaliatory firing.
Seeking to suggest that the killings had been corroborated by Pakistani media, the BSF said "source input" claimed that a media organisation in that country was running a news item about death of five Rangers.
The strong response by BSF came after one of Constables Gurnam Singh was injured in a sniper fire attack by Pakistani Rangers this morning in the same area.
Singh, whose condition is considered to be critical, was evacuated with the cover fire to Government Medical College in Jammu.
The firing from Pakistan was effectively retaliated and that has claimed the casualties of Pakistani forces, the release said.