Pakistan

Sialkot: Two women hurt as India opens unprovoked fire

SIALKOT: Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) once again resorted to firing at Sialkot Sector leaving two women injured, ARY News reports on Friday.

Sources said that Indian troops opened fire and shelling at Charwah and Harpal Sectors alongside Sialkot working boundary due to which two women were wounded whereas several houses were destroyed.

It should be noted that the neighboring country has violated ceasefire for several times this month. The Indian troops had also opened fire at the Pakistani side of the border on the day when United States President Barack Obama was visiting the country.

The Indian guns were silenced by the retaliatory fire by Chenab Rangers.

The locals are forced to migrate to safer places due to the ceasefire violation by India.

Pakistan has protested over the consistent Indian shelling at the border areas resulting in several casualties.

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