Pakistani crowd pelts stones at Indians during Beating Retreat at Wagah
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The Pakistani crowd allegedly pelted stones at the Indian side during the Beating Retreat ceremony at Wagah Border on Sunday.

According to DNA, audiences from the Pakistani side raised anti-Indian Slogans at least for ten minutes. Indian officials posted at the Attari border also informed that stones were thrown from the other side just before the beginning of the retreat ceremony.

According to the Asian News International, a flag meeting has been called by a furious BSF with their Pakistan counterparts over the issue. However, there has been no response from the Pakistani Rangers yet.

There has not been any report of immediate injury.

This incident happens days after India carried out a surgical strike on Pakistan in order to avenge the death of 19 Indian soldiers in the Uri attack.

On 18 September, Pakistan-based terrorists allegedly stormed into an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri region and attacked the Indian soldiers.

India blames Pakistan for carrying out frequent terrorist attacks on its soil while Pakistan denies all charges.

Moreover, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif refused to condemn the attack even after US and the UK asked the leader to do so.

According to IANS, Nawaz Sharif counter questioned both the world powers over their silence regarding the Kashmir unrest, which claimed lives of nearly 90 people since 9 July.

However, the Pakistani leader offered full cooperation to probe the incident. He also said that the attack was an "Indian false flag operation" carried to divert the world attention from Kashmir issue and malign Pakistan's image.