KABUL - Pakistani forces resorted to missile shelling in Kunar province, with more than 120 having been fired off in the past 24 hours, Kunar police chief Juma Gul Hamat said, TOLO News has reported.
A number of residents from Shiltan district of Kunar province said the Pakistani military has fired off more than fifty missiles since Saturday. Missiles have also been fired on Dangam and Narai districts, police confirmed.
The police chief also confirmed that one person was wounded.
However, Pakistani officials have claimed that they targeted terrorist groups by firing off the missiles.
Official information shows that at least 1,500 missiles were fired on Kunar province from Pakistan during the month of September.