Media team visits firing hit villages

SIALKOT: A media team, visited the Indian intensified shelling hit bordering villages in Sucheetgarh, Charwah and Chaprar sectors along the Sialkot Working Boundary here Tuesday.

The journalists met the local perturbed people, besides, getting the details of the problems being faced by them while living in the border villages.

Local Indian shelling affected farmers told the visiting journalists that the harvesting of the paddy and other seasonal crops had been lying suspended for the last eleven consecutive days in bordering villages Bajwat, Chaprar, Sucheetgarh, Bajra Garhi and Charwah Sectors of Sialkot Working Boundary here due to indiscriminate heavy Indian shelling.

The local people added that the unprovoked intensified heavy mortar shelling on border villages by Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) had created panic and harassment among the local people in on bordering villages along the Sialkot Working Boundary here.

The media persons expressed grave concern over this mounted Indian aggression and said that it was condemnable nasty act that the Indian Border Security Forces had also targeted the civilian population in border villages along the Sialkot Working Boundary here.

Earlier, the senior officials of the Punjab Rangers gave them the detailed briefing about the fresh Indian BSF hostilities along the Sialkot Working Boundary.

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