5 of family killed in Pakistani shelling in J&K's Poonch


In a heartrending incident, five members of a family were killed in Pakistani shelling in Mendhar sector of Poonch District on Sundaymorning.

Army PRO Lieutenant Colonel Devender Anand said the ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Bimber Gali started around 7.45 am. Mohammad Ramzan, his wife and three sons were killed, while his two daughters were injured. Two sisters were critically injured in the shelling and were airlifted to Jammu for treatment.

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Meanwhile, the Pakistani troops have also breached border ceasefire in Rajouri sector and are targeting army positions and civilian areas with gunfire and mortar shells.

The district officials in Poonch, around 235kms drive from winter capital Jammu, informed that heavy shelling started at around 7:45am, which was continuing till the last reports came in. "My deepest condolences to their family".

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Congress spokesperson Pramod Tiwari had said that National security has become limited to the speeches of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "We need to get on the right track if we want to save the people of J&K", she said in another tweet, referring to the scene of the 2016 terror attack on an Air Force Station in Punjab.

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In Poonch, Pakistan has been exploiting the height advantage to target military and civilian installations. Official sources said that in its communication to the Pakistan foreign ministry, the Indian high commission specifically mentioned two incidents of harassment - one today and the other on March 15. "The firing has stopped and the local administration has reached the area".