India has also lodged a strong protest with the Pakistani foreign office after the four soldiers died in firing by Pakistani troops, people familiar with the matter said.
The bodies of Captain Kapil Kundu, 22, Rifleman Ramavatar, 28, Rifleman Subham Singh, 22 and Havilder Roshan Lal, 42, will be sent to their hometowns after a tribute in Jammu.
"We will not forgive Pakistan's actions. It will prove to be Pakistan's foolishness and will cost them dearly," Hansraj Ahir, Minister of State Home Affairs said.
"Indian Army retaliated strongly and effectively and heavy damage has been inflicted on Pakistani Army posts," said a defence statement.
It was the second time in three days that the Pakistani Army targeted Poonch. They had attacked military and civilian facilities in nearly a dozen areas of the Balakote sector last week.
Indian forces say the first month of the year saw over 130 instances of ceasefire violations by Pakistan, the highest since 2014.
At least 14 people -- eight civilians and six security personnel - were killed in Pakistan firing in the Jammu region between January 18 and 22. More than 60 people were injured and dozens of homes were destroyed in the shelling.
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