5 Animals Killed, 13 Injured In Heavy Pakistani Shelling On Indian Posts

Five animals were killed and many houses were damaged in heavy shelling by the Pakistan Army on civilian villages along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district according to Indian officials.

The Pakistani army heavy shelled forward posts and civilian areas along LoC in Mankote, Balakote and Mendhar sectors of Poonch district, they said.

In the shelling from Pakistan, six houses were partially damaged and five animals were killed. Thirteen animals were injured, they said.  In the firing and shelling in Uri sector of north Kashmir on Monday, two persons including a jawan were injured.

Pakistan Activated Terror Camps

Meanwhile, Pakistan has reportedly reinitiated its terror camps along the Line of Control (LoC) to infiltrate terrorists, including Afghan warlords into Jammu & Kashmir. Though the engagement of Afghan and Pashtun militants in Pakistan’s cross-border terrorism in Kashmir is not uncommon, it is however quite unusual, top intelligence sources told TOI.

Times of India reports that there is reliable information that the Pakistani army have set up launch pads along the LoC with a humongous number of terrorists prepared to sneak-in via Gurez sector in North Kashmir. Across the LoC, around 80 terrorists are camping near Gurez, 60 in Machhal, 50 in Karnah, 40 in Keran, 20 in Uri, 15 in Naugam and 10 in Rampur.

Via: Times of India