Three civilians killed in Indian cross-border fire, says Pakistan
Plain-clothes policemen present a man (c), who they said is an accused of spying for Pakistan, before the media at a police crime branch in New Delhi
Eastern Eye Staff
PAKISTAN today (October 28) accused India of killing three civilians and wounding five others in cross-border fire, as tensions soar in Kashmir. The incident occurred in Nakyal sector, near the frontier dividing Indian Kashmir from Pakistan’s Punjab province, Pakistani officials said. “At least three people including a women and a girl were killed and five others injured when Indian troops opened fire across the border near Nakyal sector on the Line of Control, the de facto border between India and Pakistan,” district administration official Adnan Khursheed said. He said the wounded were taken to a hospital in Kotli. Zeeshan Nisar,…
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