Pakistan reportedly fired upon 2 border posts, and simultaneously launched an attack on an Indian troop patrol operating between these posts.
The two Indian soldiers' bodies were also mutilated by Pakistani troops.
Jawans mutilated, Army vows response
Reports indicated that the bodies of the two jawans were mutilated. The Indian Army's Northern Command called it "an unsoldierly act by the Pak army" which "will be appropriately responded."
03 May 2017
DGMO calls soldiers' mutilation a 'dastardly' act, Pakistan denies involvement
In a telephonic conversation on Tuesday, the director general of military operations (DGMO) of India condemned the mutilation of the 2 Indian soldiers, calling it "dastardly and inhuman."
Lt. Gen AK Bhatt told his Pakistani counterpart that the incident deserves an unequivocal response.
However, Pakistan denied the involvement of its troops on Monday in an attack on an Indian patrol in Jammu and Kashmir.
AK Antony compares to Congress again
Condemning the mutilation of Indian soldiers by Pakistan, former defence minister A.K. Antony said "During our time, only one such incident happened...But here it has happened thrice. It has affected the morale of the Indian Army. It puts a question on the security structure."
03 May 2017
India: Blood trail is evidence of Pak role in beheadings
Foreign secretary S Jaishankar told Pakistan high commissioner Abdul Basit that there was a blood trail that proved that the perpetrators of the beheadings of Indian soldiers along the LoC were from Pakistan.
He said the blood-trail "clearly shows that the killers returned across the line of control."
However, Pakistan continues to deny involvement, asking India for "actionable evidence" on the claims.
04 May 2017
Evidence of "active participation" by Pakistan in soldiers' mutilation: Jaitley
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley rejected Pakistan's denial of involvement in the mutilation of two Indian soldiers, saying circumstances point to "active participation" by their army.
"…Cover firings were provided, those who carried out this act were helped to escape at such a heavily-guarded border…," he mentioned as facts.
Asked about possible counter moves, Jaitley replied, "Place your trust on our army."