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Pakistanis condemn ceasefire violation, call for brotherhood

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Pakistani passengers of the Cross-Poonch Rawlakote bus service have condemned the cross-border firing along the in Poonch and Rajouri.

The passengers appealed to the and to stop the cross-border firing as it is claiming the lives of innocent people residing on the border belt.

"The firing which is being exchanged between both the nations is not right. Humanity is being killed. We want peace and harmony. We are so afraid that we have to leave our house and reside in a safer place. We are against this firing," said a passenger.

Another passenger also condemned the unprovoked firing and said that killing innocent people is not right.

"We will appeal to our to stop firing and should also do the same. Civilians are being killed in firing. This is not right," the passenger added.

Another passenger called for brotherhood while appealing to both the nations to stop the unprovoked firing.

The Army, earlier on Sunday, initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars along the Line of Control (LoC) in Chiti Bakri area of Rajouri sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The also retaliated to the unprovoked act strongly and effectively.

At least two civilians including a minor girl were killed and nine people, including four soldiers were injured in the unprovoked firing by in Rajouri district.

Earlier on Saturday, two civilians were killed as Army continued its unprovoked firing in state's Nowshera sector.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Pakistanis condemn ceasefire violation, call for brotherhood

Pakistani passengers of the Cross-LoC Poonch Rawlakote bus service have condemned the cross-border firing along the LoC in Poonch and Rajouri.The passengers appealed to the Pakistan and Indian Army to stop the cross-border firing as it is claiming the lives of innocent people residing on the border belt."The firing which is being exchanged between both the nations is not right. Humanity is being killed. We want peace and harmony. We are so afraid that we have to leave our house and reside in a safer place. We are against this firing," said a passenger.Another passenger also condemned the unprovoked firing and said that killing innocent people is not right."We will appeal to our government to stop firing and India should also do the same. Civilians are being killed in firing. This is not right," the passenger added.Another passenger called for brotherhood while appealing to both the nations to stop the unprovoked firing.The Pakistan Army, earlier on Sunday, initiated indiscriminate ...

Pakistani passengers of the Cross-Poonch Rawlakote bus service have condemned the cross-border firing along the in Poonch and Rajouri.

The passengers appealed to the and to stop the cross-border firing as it is claiming the lives of innocent people residing on the border belt.

"The firing which is being exchanged between both the nations is not right. Humanity is being killed. We want peace and harmony. We are so afraid that we have to leave our house and reside in a safer place. We are against this firing," said a passenger.

Another passenger also condemned the unprovoked firing and said that killing innocent people is not right.

"We will appeal to our to stop firing and should also do the same. Civilians are being killed in firing. This is not right," the passenger added.

Another passenger called for brotherhood while appealing to both the nations to stop the unprovoked firing.

The Army, earlier on Sunday, initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars along the Line of Control (LoC) in Chiti Bakri area of Rajouri sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The also retaliated to the unprovoked act strongly and effectively.

At least two civilians including a minor girl were killed and nine people, including four soldiers were injured in the unprovoked firing by in Rajouri district.

Earlier on Saturday, two civilians were killed as Army continued its unprovoked firing in state's Nowshera sector.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Pakistanis condemn ceasefire violation, call for brotherhood

Pakistani passengers of the Cross-Poonch Rawlakote bus service have condemned the cross-border firing along the in Poonch and Rajouri.

The passengers appealed to the and to stop the cross-border firing as it is claiming the lives of innocent people residing on the border belt.

"The firing which is being exchanged between both the nations is not right. Humanity is being killed. We want peace and harmony. We are so afraid that we have to leave our house and reside in a safer place. We are against this firing," said a passenger.

Another passenger also condemned the unprovoked firing and said that killing innocent people is not right.

"We will appeal to our to stop firing and should also do the same. Civilians are being killed in firing. This is not right," the passenger added.

Another passenger called for brotherhood while appealing to both the nations to stop the unprovoked firing.

The Army, earlier on Sunday, initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars along the Line of Control (LoC) in Chiti Bakri area of Rajouri sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

The also retaliated to the unprovoked act strongly and effectively.

At least two civilians including a minor girl were killed and nine people, including four soldiers were injured in the unprovoked firing by in Rajouri district.

Earlier on Saturday, two civilians were killed as Army continued its unprovoked firing in state's Nowshera sector.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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