A soldier is seen walking along the Line of Control at the Indo-Pak border.    — Reuters

MUZAFFARABAD: Indian troops on Wednesday resorted to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control in Batal sector near Muzaffarabad, DawnNews reported.

Indian forces used small and large fire-arms in the attack that left near-by houses damaged and caused residents of the area to come under the grip of fear and panic.

According to sources,  Indian forces had conducted a similar unprovoked attack injuring a women and a child and had caused damage to houses in the locality, the previous day.

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