Indian forces open fire on Pakistani villagers at working boundary


A villager was seriously injured in putting by Native indian Boundary Security Force from across the Working Boundary on Friday evening.

Punjab Ranger authorities release this latest news in Pakistan, the BSF turned to unprovoked, increased shooting on towns along the Sialkot Working Boundary in the Shakargarh sector. The shooting began at 4.45pm and continued for 30 minutes.

A spend hit a cultivator in Agor-Bhopalpur town. Muhammad Ashraf, 47, was confessing to the Sialkot CMH in crucial situations. The authorities said the shooting ceased after the Ranger retaliated successfully. Nine individuals were murdered and 46 others, among them females and kids, harmed in mortar shelling by the Native Indian force on Kundan-pure, Thathi, Meendarwal, Bajra Garhi and Sucheetgarh towns on Aug 28.

AP adds: Meanwhile, Indian charged Pakistan with a ceasefire breach in Kashmir in which one Indian citizen was murdered and another injured. Police Examiner Danish Rana said the citizens were fixing a razor-wire barrier along the Line of Control in the Samba industry when they were hit by Pakistani shooting. A BSF formal said Indian boundary security officers also shot at Pakistani soldiers. There was no immediate Pakistani opinion.


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