India continues unprovoked firing along LoC in AJK
21 August, 2013
MIRPUR: India continues unprovoked firing targeting the populous areas close to the Line of Control in Nakayal sector in Kotli district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, official sources said.
Deputy Commissioner Kotli Masud ur Rehman told APP that Indian forces fired shells, without any provocation, targeting the civilians in various forward villages including Datoat, Dabsi and Lanjote in Nikayal sector since the wee hours Today with pause and the firing was continuing intermittently till last reports came in evening.
The deputy commissioner said that at least 11 civilians were injured, 25 houses and two parked-vehicles were damaged besides loss of at least 10 cattle heads due to the week-long unprovoked Indian firing in Balakot and other forward areas in Nakayal sector in the district.
The morale of the population of the firing-hit areas are high despite the increased incidents of the unprovoked firing by India across the line of control, the DC added.