Tuesday, 4 April 2017

After heavy shelling from Pakistan, India suspends cross-border trade from Poonch to Rawalkot

New Delhi: The Indian government on Tuesday suspended cross-outskirt exchange to from Poonch to Rawalkot after Trade Facilitation Center along Line of Control was harmed in substantial shelling by the Pakistan Army.

The Trade Facilitation Center at Chakan da Bagh was harmed on Monday, prompting the suspension of the transport benefit. An official representative told media that schools close to the LoC had been shut as a 'careful step'.

"There was unmerited terminating by the Pakistani Army in the Poonch area from 6.40 a.m. on Monday with 82 mm mortars and programmed weapons," he said.

Be that as it may, there was no report of any setback.

The Pakistani troops continued the overwhelming mortar shelling and programmed weapon discharging in the small hours today after a pause in the truce infringement that started yesterday, focusing on the Indian posts and non military personnel regions close to the Line of Control, said a safeguard representative. Bulk whatsapp sms service provider

"There was unwarranted shooting by Pakistan Army in Poonch part from 0640 hours today with 82 mm mortars and programmed weapons," said the protection representative including the Pakistani surge was "befittingly" reacted to.

Source:- Zeenews

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