Two civilians injured in cross border shelling in J-K

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Srinagar: Two civilians were injured in cross border shelling in Manjakote sector of Rajouri district.

Station House Officer Manjkote, Manzoor Kohli told that two civilians were injured after Pakistan violated ceasefire by shelling in Manjkote sector.

He identified the injured persons as Mohammad Rafiq, son of Ali Hayder Khan, and Sania Shabir, the 13-year-old daughter of Mohd Shabir — both resident of Khorinar Rajdhani. Both the injured were shifted to GMC Rajouri for treatment, the officer said.

Meanwhile, Naib Tehsildar Manjkote, Aftab Hussain Shah, told that three houses were also damaged due to shelling. Four sheep were also injured in the incident and many other houses developed cracks due to splinters. (GNS)

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