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UN observers visit Indian shelling hit Sialkot villages

United Nations (UN) peace-keeping mission observers visited the Indian shelling-hit Sialkot border villages in Zafarwal and Shakargarh sectors of Sialkot Working Boundary on Friday.

According to the senior officials of the Chenab Rangers, the UN observes met with the Indian shelling affected people and they sought details from them about the recent spells of Indian heavy shelling, which caused big losses of their properties and cattle.

The UN observers, while talking to the affected people there, said that they were closely observing the situation after spell of fresh unprovoked Indian shelling on Sialkot border villages. They said, “We are investigating the situation deeply and collecting the evidences, in this regard.”

The people told the UN observers that the Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) targeted the civilian population when the local people were sleeping on the roof tops and in the courtyards of their houses, badly damaging houses and cattle sheds.

On this occasion, the senior officials of Chenab Rangers gave detailed briefing about the fresh hostilities of Indian BSF in Sialkot bordering villages along the Sialkot Working Boundary.

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