Border Firing: Four Civilians Injured

KL Desk

SRINAGAR

Four civilians were injured in alleged firing and shelling by Pakistani troops along the border in Kathua and Samba districts of Jammu and Kashmir, reports quoting police said on Saturday morning.

The forces from both sides of the fence continued to exchange heavy fire overnight on the international border in Samba district.

“Heavy firing exchanges continued between the BSF and Pakistan Rangers in Ramgarh, Hiranagar and Samba sectors of the international border till early morning,” a senior police officer was quoted as having said.

“Pakistan Rangers had started unprovoked firing at four BSF border posts in Ramgarh sector around 9.30 p.m. yesterday.”

“BSF retaliated effectively and firing exchanges between the two sides continued till 3 a.m. today in Ramgarh, Hiranagar and Samba sectors,” reports added.

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