MUZAFFARABAD: United Nations (UN) and the international community should play their due role in resolving the longest pending issue of Kashmir without further ado to ensure a fear free life for the conflict-stricken Kashmiri children on both sides of the divide, an assembly of young students demanded on Monday. The demand was made by the participants of ‘Kashmir Conflict Stricken Children Symposium’ to UN Secretary General António Guterres in a petition.
A woman was killed and a man injured on Friday when Indian troops resorted to “unprovoked” shelling across the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), officials said. The casualties occurred in Poonch district's Abasspur town ─ the same area where an elderly woman was killed in an incident of firing by Indian troops two days earlier. “They (Indian troops) started shelling at about 7am without any provocation.
An elderly woman was killed in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on Tuesday after being hit by a single shot fired by an Indian soldier from across the Line of Control (LoC), officials said. Imam Bibi, wife of Sher Wali, was busy in household chores in the courtyard of her home in the Polas Kakuta village of Abbaspur sector when she received a fatal gunshot wound in her neck at about 3pm, said Raja Tahir Mumtaz, deputy commissioner of Poonch district. The 78-year-old died on the spot, he added.
@ImmadCh I referred to #ARY in some other context, whose domestic political leanings r enough to show which force it is subservient to. And Mr Masood was not picked, but only accepted, by the #PMLN. I don't think u r so naive to comprehend it.
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