"There have been 105 ceasefire violations by Pakistan Rangers along the International Border in Jammu frontier area in Jammu and Kashmir in the past nine months period of this year", a senior BSF officer told news agency PTI.
A BSF jawan and a woman were killed and 19 others, including seven BSF men and 12 civilians, were injured in the shelling during the period, he said.
Rangers hit over 30 to 40 settlements close to the nearly-200-km-long International Border, with mortar bombs and heavy weapons in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts and also targeted Arnia town in Jammu district heavily.
Last month, they forced over 10,000 people residing along International Border in Jammu sector to leave their homes by triggering fear psychosis.
Last year, the ceasefire violations by Pakistan stood at 204, the officer said.
In 2015, there were 152 ceasefire violations in which four BSF men were killed.
There have been nearly 12,000 ceasefire violations by Pakistan since 2002, which have resulted in the killing of 313 people, including 144 security forces personnel.
The highest number of such violations took place in 2002, when 8376 incidents were reported while 2045 incidents of ceasefire violations were reported in 2003.
The ceasefire between India and Pakistan along the Line of Control or LoC and International Border in Jammu and Kashmir came into force in November 2003.