Heavy shelling and regional clashes observed at Torkham border
Large armed forces clashes at the Torkham border on Sunday night after Afghan protection causes turned to unprovoked shooting hurting two people, authorities said.
According to protection authorities and residents, employees were making a checkpoint on the Pakistani part of the Torkham border when they came under flame from the Afghan part.
“We were ongoing [with] frequent development on the Torkham border as part of the border control system [when] there was unprovoked shooting from the Afghan protection causes,” a Peshawar-based formal informed The Show Tribune.
He included that Pakistani causes answered the flame, though the formal of the paramilitary Frontier Corps was harmed.
The governmental control included that one Khasadar was also harmed in the return of flame.
Another formal at Torkham said that the occurrence began at around 9pm on Weekend night and ongoing for at least three hours until late night.
Locals said heavy hands were used while some saw fire increasing from Shamshad Ghar.
A declaration from the military’s press side, Inter Services Public Interaction (ISPR), verified the conflict and the damage to a knight. The ISPR, however, did not reveal the identification of the knight.
“Pakistani protection causes answered Afghan shooting successfully,” it said. ISPR included that the checkpoint is being owned by Pakistan on its part of the border. “In order to confirm activity of terrorists through Torkham, Pakistan is making a checkpoint on [its] own part of the border as absolutely essential to confirm undesirable and unlawful activity.”