— File Photo by Reuters

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army's Director General Military Operations (DGMO) contacted with his Indian counterpart on Wednesday, DawnNews reported.

Pakistan on Wednesday again denied an Indian claim that its troops killed two Indian soldiers in a cross-border attack, a military official said.

“Indian authorities were informed that Pakistan has carried out ground verification and checked and found nothing of this sort happened as being alleged by India,” the official told reporters in a text message.

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