Centre to reimburse J&K for compensation paid to victims of cross-border firing | India News
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Monday mentioned it could reimburse the Jammu and Kashmir authorities for the compensation it pays to victims of cross-border firing, reported information company ANI.
The funds shall be distributed by the ministry of dwelling affairs.
Pakistan has repeatedly violated the ceasefire since January 1, focusing on ahead Indian posts and civilian areas alongside the Worldwide Border and Line of Management. A minimum of 10,000 civilians residing near the border had been relocated to safer locations.
The truth is, on February 24, earlier than it unleashed intense firing and shelling on Silkote and Churanda villages, the Pakistani Military used loudspeakers to induce the residents of the dual villages to vacate the realm.
The assault utterly destroyed 5 homes.
Until January 22 this yr, incidents of cross-border firing had claimed 15 lives.
(With inputs from companies)