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Schools, colleges indefinitely closed, 12000 Evacuated : Pak's Ceasefire Violation

shriram | 6th January 2015 | Politics And Government
Schools, colleges indefinitely closed, 12000 Evacuated : Pak's Ceasefire Violation

    The heavy shelling has forced nearly 10,000 people living close to the border to flee their homes. Schools and colleges are indefinitely closed and even relief camps have had to be evacuated in some areas, with the Pakistani shelling over the last few days extending to as much as 3.5 km inside Indian territory in some places like Chakra, Sherpur and Londi.
One woman was killed and 10 other civilians injured in ceasefire violations earlier this week.
the number of people evacuated is expected to cross 12,000 as more than 50 villages have been affected with the increased intensity and range of shelling.
15 Indian posts were attacked by the Pakistan Rangers in Samba and Hiranagar. One BSF jawan was injured and later died.


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