Volatile border: Iranian firing injures two Pakistanis

Frontier Corps Balochistan’s spokesperson said they had not thus far received any such report from the border.


Our Correspondent August 13, 2012

QUETTA: Two Pakistanis were allegedly wounded by firing and shelling by Iranian security forces at the Pakistan-Iran border, in Washuk district. According to sources, Iranian border security forces fired several shells as a result of which two people, identified as Muhammad Safi, resident of Mashkel and Ameen, resident of Kharan, were injured. They were passing by the border area at the time. Frontier Corps Balochistan’s spokesperson said they had not thus far received any such report from the border.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 13th, 2012.

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