LoC violation: 31 border villages vacated after Indian firing
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani authorities have vacated almost 31 bordering towns after unprovoked Indian firing alongside Line of Control (LoC), ARY News reported.
The fourth consecutive day of violent violation of LoC by Indian forces compelled Pakistani authorities to vacate 17 villages in Zafarwal tehsil of Narowal district and 14 villages of tehsil Shakargarh.
According to DCO Syed Najaf Iqbal, Indian firing has claimed lives of many residents of the area besides injuring a number of people.
It must be noted that the government of Pakistan has demanded the international community to take notice of the Indian provocation while protest was also registered to the United Nation’s observer’s group.
|originally published at arynews.tv|
October 10, 2014 07:02