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Four children injured by Afghan militants

Latest News/Bajaur: It is reported that Afghan militants who had crossed the border to attack the Pakistani Posts, they fired on heavy weapons upon the area, E Pakistan News Reported.

Four children injured by Afghan militants in Bajaur

One of motor shell explode near Shah Wali house of tehsil Mamond Village “Kaga” near Pak-Afghan border, on the result four children namely Salma daughter of Kashmir Khan, Shazia daughter of Alam Zeb, Zeer Wali and Manasab Khan sons of Azeem Khan, ten years old injured .


It is reported that children were playing infront their houses. The injured children have been rushed to Agency Head Quarter Hospital Khar for early treatment.


The local people have faced a lot of trouble on lifting the injured, because the incidental place is far flung and hilly area of tehsil Mamond near Pak-Afghan border.


Pakistani security forces and tribal elders responded with full forced and militant fled away from the area to Afghanistan.

It is not the first attack from Afghanistan on Pakistani side of the border. Two days ago one local person has been killed and two other children have been injured due across border attack. The officials said that security in the area has further been tightened.

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