Foreign Office on Wednesday declared the conclusion of Torkham Border, the Pak-Afghan border after two deadly shells were shot from Afghanistan’s side. Two rockets terminated from the Afghan side of border arrived in Pakistan’s zone today, be that as it may, no setback or harm was accounted for.
The FO representative Aisha Farooqui said Torkham door has been shut in perspective on security concerns, though, Pakistan has raised to issue with senior Afghan authorities in regards to the cross-border rocket strike. She included that Torkham border is incidentally shut for travelling which would be opened again soon.
A deadly shell shot from an unidentified area from Afghanistan side blown up at a downpour stream in Khyber locale close Torkham border.
Prior in October a year ago, more than eleven individuals, including six Pakistan Army officers and five regular citizens, had continued wounds when Afghan security forces depended on unwarranted firing from over the Afghan border.
As indicated by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Afghan forces fires from the Nari area of the Kunar region, focusing on the regular citizen populace in Arundu town in Chitral.
The Pakistan Army reacted sufficiently and focused on the Afghan border posts which occupied with the firing. The military’s media wing said, there are reports of considerable harm to Afghan Border Posts, while fire discontinued after a commitment at a military level.
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