ABBASPUR: At least four people including a girl sustained severe wounds so far as Indian troops continued unprovoked firing and shelling in Abbaspur Sector on Monday.
According to details, Indian army targeted populated areas of Kakota, Dhara, Batol and Chari Kot at 6am in the morning and injured two people.
Officers of Pakistan Army gave befitting response and silent the enemy’s guns. Earlier on Sunday, at least two people were injured in Indian forces’ firing in villages of Polas and Taroti in Abbaspur Sector.
Foreign Office Spokesperson, Nafees Zakaria in a message o Twitter condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violation by Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) saying, “Deliberate targeting by Indian forces which injured two including 15 year old girl is deplorable.”
Tensions in Kashmir, the long-disputed Himalayan region, reached dangerous levels in September last year after 19 Indian soldiers were killed in militants’ attack on their camp in Uri sector. There have since been repeated outbreaks of cross-border firing, with both sides reporting deaths and injuries including of civilians. NNI