SIALKOT - For second consecutive day on Thursday, the Indian Security Forces continued unprovoked shelling on Sialkot border villages in Charwah Sector of Sialkot Working Boundary creating panic among the people.

The cultivation of paddy crops remained suspended in fields in the Sialkot border villages due to Indian firing, as the terrified farmers averted to cultivate paddy harvesting. According to officials of the Chenab Rangers, the Indian Security Forces continued firing on in Charwah and Akhnoor sectors almost the whole Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Due to which the local people remained sleepless during the night and the routine life remained paralysed.

The officials added that the Indian Forces fired dozens of mortar shells besides firing with light machine guns on Sialkot border villages due to which the walls of the several cattle sheds and houses were damaged in Charwah and Akhnoor villages.

The Indian Forces targeted the civilian population. However, a dog was killed by Indian firing in Charwah village. The officials narrated that the Chenab Rangers retaliated and responded instantly and affectively in befitting manners, making the Indian army’s guns silent.

The shelling created harassment and panic in the Sialkot border villages. On Wednesday, a Pakistani farmer Zain Ali was injured seriously during the indiscriminate firing of Indian Security Forces on Sialkot border villages in Akhnoor Sector.

The other day, the Indian Security Forces fired several mortar shells and targeted Pakistani farmers who were busy in cultivation of paddy yields in their fields during the light rainy and dark cloudy weather in Akhnoor Sector of Sialkot Working Boundary. As a result, the farmer was hit baldy by a mortar shell. He had been shifted to Combined Military Hospital where his condition was stated to be critical.