According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the group visited the villages which have been badly hit by Indian firing in Charwah, Chaprar and Pukhlian sectors on the working boundary near Sialkot.
Team of UN observers met the villagers, witnessed and gathered firsthand account of damage caused to human lives and property due to recent Indian hostility on the Working Boundary, said ISPR press release.
As many as 12 innocent Pakistani citizens have lost their lives due to Indian unprovoked Indian firing, 11 out of 12 on the working boundary, while 1 embraced shahadat at Loc. 64 civilians have been badly wounded due to recent Indian Shelling.
As per ISPR, Indians have committed 24 ceasefire violations on working boundary and 26 on Line of Control since October 1st, 2014 and have been targeting civil population living in villages all along the working boundary.
Day to day living of civil population all along working is badly affected. People have almost fled their homes and taken refuge in nearest safe places.