Trouble At LOC: 2 injured in unprovoked Indian firing

The firing was reported to have started at 2.55 pm and lasted for three hours intermittently.

Our Correspondent June 14, 2012

MIRPUR: Two civilians, including a woman, were seriously injured when Indian troops opened unprovoked firing on Battal village of Azad Kashmir (AJK) on Wednesday. The targeted area, located on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control within sub division Hajeera, comes within the territorial jurisdiction of district Rawalakot. Police sources, quoting official reports received at the police control room, told The Express Tribune that Indian troops resorted to indiscriminate firing on areas inhabited by a civilian population in Battal sector without any provocation. The firing was reported to have started at 2.55 pm and lasted for three hours intermittently. As a result two local residents, identified as Samiullah and Zeenat Begum, were wounded. The injured were rushed to Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Rawalakot where their condition is stated to be critical.

Published In The Express Tribune, June 14th, 2012.

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Pan Mat | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

@PakShock:

You assumed that it was really "unprovoked", which probably makes sense as evidence exists in Pakistan that on one has ever lied or concealed the truth in last 65 years of Pakistan's history..

PakShock | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend What seems to be the problem here with the Indian trigger-men on the border. Don't they have telescope or binoculars as powerful as their guns are to see who they are shooting at? I mean here we are trying to use every possible opportunity for peace, but they are literally trying to shoot down anyone moving, no-matter "who" and "what".
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