India again unprovoked firing at Working Boundary

SIALKOT: War-crazy India continues to violate the ceasefire as unprovoked bombing in Charwah, Harpal and Chapraar sectors of Sialkot frightened the people living in the areas near the frontier on Sunday. Punjab Rangers silenced the Indian guns with their strong response.
India has been continually violating the ceasefire on the Line of Control (LOC) and the Working Boundary for the last several months.
In the latest event, Indian army started unprovoked bombing in the Charwah, Harpal and Chaprar sectors of Sialkot and targeted the bordering villages of Dhamala, Jamal Jhund and Umraanwali.
Chenab Rangers met the Indian aggression with a befitting response to silence the guns on the other side of the border.

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