Woman among four civilians martyred by Indian firing along Line of Control
Four individuals were killed, including a lady, and six were harmed when Indian forces opened fire in various areas along the Line of Control (LoC) on Monday.
Losses happened in various towns of Nakyal division which has been encountering aimless shelling for as far back as a few days.
“Indian troops have once more turned to unjustifiable terminating along the Line of Control in Nakyal, Jandrot and Kel parts,” said an announcement discharged by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
The ISPR proclamation included that Pakistani troops “befittingly reacted and targetted Indian posts”.
Jandrot is situated in Kotli area while Kel lies in the upper belt of Neelum valley, upper east of Muzaffarabad.
An administration official from Nakyal told Dawn that there had been extraordinary shelling since 8am, with Indian troops utilizing both little and substantial arms.
Zeeshan Nisar, right hand chief Nakyal, likewise affirmed that three men and a ladies were slaughtered by Indian fire.
“Since the shelling is proceeding with, we can’t gather all points of interest, I am apprehensive there may be more losses,” said Nisar.
“The shelling is intense to the point that you can’t envision. There has been no eased up in the shelling since morning,” said Javed Budhanvi, a former AJK serve.