Six Civilians Injured as Pakistan Rangers Continue Firing in Jammu

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Six civilians were injured on Monday due to indiscriminate shelling by Pakistan Rangers on the international border in Samba and Kathua districts of Jammu region, police said.

“Pakistan Rangers used 81 mm and 82 mm mortars to target over two dozen villages and nearly 30 border outposts of the BSF (Border Security Force) during the night,” a senior police officer said in Jammu.

“The shelling and firing continued well past midnight. Six villagers belonging to four families were injured due to Pakistan shelling in Bobiya village of Kathua district. They were immediately shifted to hospital by police in bullet proof vehicles.”

Due to fear and panic, villagers started migrating from many villages on the international border since Sunday evening.

The administration has set up makeshift camps in school buildings for these people away from the international border.

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