BSF resort to unprovoked firing at working boundary

The Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) opened unprovoked firing with heavy weapons at Sialkot working boundary on Wednesday late.

According to press release issued by Pakistan Rangers, BSF started firing at the working boundary late night and continued for half an hour. The firing stopped when Pakistan Rangers retaliated.

The firing created panic and harassment among the people. No loss of life was reported, added the news release.

A protest on the incident has been lodged with BSF.