Islamabad, Jan 9 (IANS) The Director General Military Operations of the Pakistani Army Wednesday spoke to his Indian counterpart by telephone and rejected New Delhi's claim that Pakistani troops killed two Indian soldiers, Geo News reported.
"Our troops did not carry out attack. Indians are making counter claim to cover their attack on a Pakistani post," another senior military official was quoted as saying.
Pakistan has accused Indian troops of killing one of its soldiers while Indian officials charged Pakistani troops with sneaking into Jammu and Kashmir's Mendhar sector, and killing two Indian soldiers, and mutilating their bodies.
"Pakistani military denied Indian allegations of unprovoked firing," a Pakistani military official was quoted as saying by Xinhua.
"It looks like Indian propaganda to divert attention from Sunday's raid on a Pakistani post by Indian troops, in which a Pakistani soldier was killed," the military official said.