Indian Forces have committed 1300 ceasefire violations in 2018: Report
ISLAMABAD – Indian Border Security forces (BSF) continued unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC) for the last one week targetting civilian population in Sialkot sector.
BSF is incessantly firing heavy ammunition in villages along LoC and working boundary in Sialkot sector.
On Friday, four civilians were martyred and two others sustained criticial injuries when Indian forces opened unprovoked shelling along LoC in Khanwar in Charwah Sector.
Indian forces usually target civil population of villages of Harpal, Charwah, Shakergarh, and Chapararah sector along the working boundary at the time of Sehar and Iftar.
In 2018 alone, Indian forces have violated ceasefire agreement for over 1300 times during the first five months this year, which left more than 30 dead.