UN observers visit Indian shelling hit villages

SIALKOT: UNO peace-keeping observers visited the Indian shelling hit Sialkot border villages in Sucheetgarh and Charwah Sectors along the Working Boundary here Thursday.

According to the District Coordination Officer (DCO) Sialkot Dr. Suhail, the UN observers met the grieved family of martyred farmer Mohammad Sharif (60) in village Thathi Khurd-Sucheetgarh here, who was martyred by the unprovoked intensified mortar shelling of Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) on August 18, 2015.

UN Observes team met the local Indian shelling affected people and sought details from them about the fresh Indian BSF hostilities, which caused big losses to their properties and cattle, the DCO added.

UN observers told the local people that they were closely observing the situation after the fresh intensified Indian shelling on Sialkot border villages in Chaprar Sector. They said “we are investigating the situation deeply and collecting the evidences, in this regard”.

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