Hundreds of Kashmiris turned out in the streets carrying Pakistani flags during Friday celebrations marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. At least two people died during clashes between demonstrators and Indian security forces and dozens more were injured.
The towns of Jammu, Udhampur, Rajouri, Reasi and Lakhanpur have been under an indefinite curfew for three days.
The News International, a Pakistani newspaper, said Monday security forces from India fired indiscriminately at civilians. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry called on its Indian counterparts to respect a 2003 cease-fire agreement related to Kashmir.
Two Pakistani soldiers were wounded last week in northern Kashmir amid renewed tensions along the disputed border. Demonstrators hurled stones at Indian security forces, who fired tear gas into the crowd last week.
The government aid Monday it summoned Indian diplomats to Islamabad to hear concerns about border violations, the newspaper reported.
Pakistan claims parts of Kashmir as its own. Both sides have fought several wars over the territory but agreed on a cease-fire line in 2003.
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