UN team visits Sialkot village to observe damages caused by Indian firing

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A three-member observer team of the United Nations (UN) visited the Working Boundary at Kundanpur village in Sialkot on Saturday to review damages caused by firing at the border.

At least 11 civilians — eight Pakistanis and three Indians — were killed and several others wounded on Friday during an exchange of fire between Indian and Pakistani border troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir and Working Boundary in Sialkot’s Charwah, Harpal, Chaprar and Sucheetgarh sectors.

Punjab Rangers spokesman Major Waheed Bukhari, the United Nations Military Observers group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) team observed damages and losses caused during the exchange of fire.

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  1. Vow, such an achievement by ‘brave’ Indian soldiers! They were able to kill so many civilians while they were sleeping in their own homes. Nobel prize committee should award a Nobel Prize for Transgender Worriers to these slumdog soldiers and Modi.

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