Intermittent firing from evening to midnight grips fear in Tanghdar sector

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By Fast Kashmir on 18/08/2018.

Intermittent firing from evening to midnight grips fear in Tanghdar sector
Bunkers damaged in 2005 quake leave firing victims’ shelter less

Srinagar, Aug 18: Evening to midnight cross LoC firing in Tanghdar sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district has gripped fear among the people for the first time after 2005.
According to the KNS correspondent Peerzada Sayeed, locals said that for the last four days cross LoC firing starts from 8pm in the evening and stops late in the midnight hours at around 2pm. The intermittent cross LoC firing, locals said, have gripped fear in the area. They said that since the bunkers erected before 2005 got dismantled due to strong tremors during 2005 earth quake, the residents are this time facing hot times. The residents said that if the alternative arrangements for their shelter are not made on fast track basis they would be forced to flee from the area. (KNS)