SIALKOT

The district administration has established a relief centre for the Indian shelling affected people at Basic Health Unit (BHU) Raja Harpal to provide them maximum relief.

DCO Nadeem Sarwar visited the relief centre and inspected facilities being provided to the people affected by Indian shelling on villages including Umraanwali, Raja Harpal, Joyiaan, Bheelowal and Khokhar along Sialkot Working Boundary.

Later, the DCO told the newsmen that 60 houses had been damaged or destroyed and more than 45 cattle had been killed in these villages by the month-long unprovoked shelling by Indian Border Security Forces (BSF).

He said that the government was fully aware of the problems being faced by the people belonging to the affected villages and was making all out efforts to provide maximum relief to them.