Indian cross-border fire kills Pakistani child in Kashmir

Randolph Lopez
October 15, 2017

Pakistan has violated ceasefire in KG Sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch, according to ANI report.

Authorities ordered the closure of schools located near the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday as the armies of India and Pakistan exchanged heavy fire and shelling. Three children got injured in the ceasefire violation by neighbouring country. "The Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing of small arms and automatics from 1035 hours in Krishnagati sector along the Line of Control (LoC)", a Defence spokesperson was quoted as saying by PTI.

Schools in areas unaffected by the firing remained open, he added.

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The Army said Indian forces targeted civilian populations in the villages of Tetrinote, Manwa, Satwal and Balakot, which resulted in injuries to a six-year-old girl and 45-year-old man.

The injured kids were immediately evacuated from the house and were shifted to PHC Dharglon for the treatment where they were identified as Tariq Naseeb (8), Rafia Naseeb (15) and Tahira Naseeb (17).

On September 24, a civilian was martyred and two others were injured in firing from across the border.

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