SIALKOT- The observers of United Nations (UN) peace-keeping mission on Tuesday visited the Indian shelling-hit bordering villages along Sialkot Working Boundary in Charwah, Chaprar and Phooklaiyaan sectors and reviewed the huge destruction and damages.

The UN observers visited different villages in three sectors including Bajrah Garhi, Charwah, Beeni, Anula, Joyiaan, Khadraal, Umeraanwali, Harpal and Meendarwal along the Sialkot Working Boundary.

The UN Observes also met the shelling affected people and sought details about the month-long provoked Indian shelling which has caused big losses to property and livestock. They also inquired after the health of several people injured by the unprovoked shelling on Sialkot border villages by the Indian Border Security Forces (BSF).

The UN Observers, while talking to the affected people in different areas, said that they were closely observing the situation after a month-long spell of fresh unprovoked intensified Indian shelling on Sialkot bordering villages. They said, “We are investigating the situation and collecting evidence in this regard.”

Locals belonging to bordering villages Bajrah Garhi, Anula, Bajrah Garhi, Khadraal and Beeni apprised the visiting UN Observers that they remained sleepless for several days due to the Indian shelling, saying that most of locals had gone to safer places with their cattle.

The people told the UN Observers that the Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) targeted civilian population when they were asleep on rooftops and in courtyards of their houses, badly damaging houses and cattle sheds.

On the occasion, senior officials of Chenab Rangers gave detailed briefing to the UN observers about the month-long spell of unprovoked intensified shelling on Sialkot bordering villages in different sector of the Sialkot Working Boundary.