Villagers along LoC being shifted to safer places after Pakistan shells mortars

The administration in north Kashmir’s Uri sector has planned to move people of some villages along the Line of Control (LoC) to safer locations after ceasefire violation during the night. Pakistan resorted to heavy shelling at multiple places along the LoC after Indian Air Force carried out strike at terror camp on Tuesday.

Officials said that shells fired from Pakistani side fell at Kamalkote and Kalgai villages which are located along the LoC. A senior police officer said that there has been no loss of life or property in Uri by the shelling.

A senior officer said people of some villages in Uri will be shifted to safer places. Read More

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