Reports also state that the target areas of Indian retaliatory firing include the Keri sector of Charhoi tehsil in the southern Kotli district along the Line of Control in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.
Earlier past year, Pakistan military claimed to shot down an Indian spy drone used for aerial photography after it violated Pakistani territory near Bhimber sector along the LoC.
It fell near own Agahi Post and taken over by the armed force.
The latest claim by Pakistan comes a day after it said on Friday that its navy had chased away an Indian submarine that had neared its territorial waters, a claim that India rejected. Another son of Rafi, Mahmood (24), sustained injuries.
On the other hand, the Pakistan has blamed India for each violation of the November 2003 ceasefire agreement that took place during past over seven weeks. On Nov 8, three persons were killed and as many wounded in the Battal sector of Poonch district, while three others killed in the Nakyal sector of Kotli on Nov 7.
Two Army and BSF jawans and a woman resident were injured when the Pakistani troops targeted Indian forward posts.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria strongly condemned unprovoked firing by the Indian troops. Tensions along the frontier dividing the parts of Kashmir controlled by the nuclear rivals have been heightened since the summer following an Indian crackdown in the Muslim-majority territory.
The unmanned aircraft was flying 60 meters deep in the Pakistani territory when army personnel shot it down.
The spokesperson further stated that the genocide and crimes against humanity in Occupied Kashmir by Indian forces have shaken the conscious of the entire worldwide community.
Ties between New Delhi and Islamabad have hit a new low in the aftermath of an attack on an Indian Army base in northern Kashmir's Uri that killed 19 soldiers in September. India had denied the incident at the time and Pakistan then released recordings recovered from the UAV to prove its claim. Both nations are claiming the entire Himalayan region.