Unprovoked Pakistan firing along border drives residents out of homes
Residents of the villages along the International Border in R.S. Pura-'s Arnia sector in Jammu and Kashmir have begun to leave their homes and seek...
Residents of the villages along the International Border in R.S. Pura's Arnia sector in Jammu and Kashmir have begun to leave their homes and seek refuge due to the latest round of unprovoked firing by Pakistani forces.
The firing, which started yesterday evening, continued through the night and as per reports, is still on.
One of the villagers said that people are scared and it was reminding them of last year's ceasefire violation, which had left several people injured.
"The firing near the border started at around 7.00 pm. People are scared and have started to take shelter in safe places. Even earlier, Pakistan had fired at innocent people, and now we are scared that it might happen again," he said.
"Firing has been going on throughout the night intermittently.the Situation is not alright.People are scared," said another villager.
No causalities have been reported so far.