'India shelling' kills two in Pakistan-administered Kashmir
Kashmir Updates - Asad Hashim - May 07, 2019
Pakistan’s army says at least 16 civilians have been killed by Indian gunfire across Line of Control this year. Islamabad, Pakistan – At least two people have been killed by Indian shelling across the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, Pakistan’s military has said.
The shelling occurred in the Tatta Pani and Kot Kotera sectors along the de facto border that separates the two sides of Kashmir, the military’s press wing said in a statement late on Sunday.
Pakistani troops responded to the gunfire, the statement said, and intermittent crossfire continued through the night.
The dead included a 12-year-old boy, the Pakistani statement said. A woman was also seriously wounded in the violence.