India's ministry of defence spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Rajesh Kalia said he had no knowledge of the incident.
This is published unedited from the IANS feed.
Mehta called the Pakistani firing an "unprovoked" violation of a 2003 cease-fire between the neighbors and said Indian troops returned fire.
The Indian troops on Sunday targeted a Pakistan Army vehicle moving along the Neelum River at Athmuqm on LoC.
Local sources said that the indiscriminate cross firing using small arms, automatics and mortars started from 7.30 am and was still on.
As per reports, the victim was identified as Sajida Kafeel, a 6-year-old girl residing in the Balakot Sector.
News agencies had reported that a jawan was injured in the ceasefire violation but officials told HT that they have received no confirmation about this yet. The injured soldier was shifted to a hospital for treatment.
They said that the shelling happened in Kamalkote area of Uri at around 3:30 pm on Monday. It said four soldiers were killed when a vehicle "hit by fire from across the LoC" fell into a river.
India was also targeting "armed intruders" attempting to cross the Line of Control - the de facto Kashmir border - in close proximity to Pakistani army posts, the statement added. Read Also: Two soldiers killed in LoC ceasefire violation by Pakistan Civilian Shah Begum got seriously injured and was rushed to the district hospital.
The Indian DGMO also put across emphatically that the "trend of infiltration along the LoC continued with the active support of Pakistan forward posts".
"He loved his job to the core".
He said during the one-hour long meeting, commanders of both border guards discussed various issues including recent unprovoked firing in Samba sector and other routine issues related to border management.