In a separate ceasefire violation, a nine-year-old girl Saida was killed after a shell fired by Pakistani troops hit her house in Behroti area of Balakote sector of Poonch district.
Indian media also confirmed that Maj Gen Mirza raised the issue of the targeting of a Pakistan Army vehicle in Neelum valley, resulting in the martyrdom of four Pakistani soldiers.
Pakistani troops effectively responded to the cease fire violation, the ISPR added.
On June 29, two Indian Army jawans were injured when the Pakistani troops initiated firing along the LOC in Poonch.
Also, Naik Mudassar Rehman, a 27-year-old jawan of Indian Army was martyred after a shell from Pakistani forces landed on his bunker, severely injuring the jawan.
Police sources said another soldier identified as Naik Firdous Ahmad of south Kashmir's Kulgam district was also injured in the incident. Meanwhile, in Uri, one soldier was injured on Monday after India and Pakistan exchanged fire and shelling along the LoC in Uri area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district.
A day earlier, two Army men were killed in a similar incident on the LoC in Kupwara district.
Pakistan and India had declared ceasefire along the LoC in 2003.
The two armies often blame each other for initiating firing across the cease-fire line. "There has been mortar shelling since 7am in the morning, targeting nearly all villages of Nakyal", a local police official said.
He alleged that ceasefire violations by India along the LoC were the highest in 2017. There were 382 in 2016, 248 in 2015 and 315 in 2014, he said.
He has been hospitalized, they said.