2 women injured in Indian unprovoked firing along LoC

2 women injured in Indian unprovoked firing along LoC

Rawalpindi (Staff Report): Two women were injured when Indian forces continued unprovoked firing and shelling in different villages of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) from across the Line of Control (LoC) on Monday morning, said a statement issued by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military’s public relations wing.

Yasin Baig, superintendent of police (SP) in Bhimber district, “The Indians resorted to firing with small as well as heavy firearms in the Samahni sector at about 7am without any provocation.”

SP Baig further stated that Tandar, Baroh, Chahi, Nihala, Khamba and Kotli Gujran villages of Samahni sector were being hit.

“The shelling is continuing intermittently,” he said.

The victims were identified as Ishrat Bibi, 30, and Irum Younas, 18 and immediately shifted to nearby hospital. However, their condition is not critical.

The Pakistan Army responded befittingly to Indian unprovoked firing, said ISPR spokesperson.