Shahnaz Bano, 15, of Shahpur was injured in the Pakistani firing and hospitalised, reports said.
More than 14 people have been killed in Pakistani shelling on the LoC and the global border since January 17.
On Sunday, four Indian soldiers, including a young Caption, were killed while four other persons were injured after Pakistan fired on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri and Poonch districts. Chand assured that immediate measures were taken and the Indian Army has responded appropriately. "Our action will speak for itself", Chand told reporters.
It is one of the world's most heavily militarised frontiers, where more than 300,000 Indian and Pakistani soldiers, backed by heavy artillery and missiles, face off against each other. He said the Pakistani Army has been supporting infiltration by terrorists along the border.
Veeri said dialogue and reconciliation is the only way to restore peace along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir and in the mainland.
The four soldiers who were martyred have been identified as 22-year-old Captain Kapil Kundu, Rifleman Ramavatar, 28, Rifleman Subham Singh, 22 and 42-year-old Havilder Roshan Lal.
Pakistan on Monday summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh here to condemn the alleged "unprovoked firing" by Indian troops across the Line of Control which resulted in the death of two people. People residing near LoC are moving to safer places amid fear of constant ceasefire violations.
Officials ordered the closure of schools near the border for the next three days.
He said there was complete unity among all segments of society on Pakistan's stance regarding Kashmir issue.
India regularly accuses Pakistan of aiding fighters in crossing the LoC to attack Indian targets.