#AceWorldNews – PAKISTAN – April 06 – (KP) – The Pakistani officials claimed its bordering regions with Afghanistan came under mortar attack on Saturday.
The officials further added that as many as 12 mortar shells were fired from Afghanistan on Saturday that landed in North Waziristan Agency (NWA), local Pakistani newspapers reported.
In the meantime, another official said the shelling took place early Saturday morning and around 7 mortar shells were fired from across the Durland Line.
An official of the political administration of South Waziristan told The Express Tribune, “The shells exploded in Zoya-ba, a village on the Pak-Afghan border in Angor Adda Tehsil of South Waziristan Agency(SWA).”
The official confirmed that no casualties were incurred following the shelling as the mortar shells landed in non-residential areas.
Pakistan and Afghanistan regularly trade allegations of cross-border shelling. The interior ministry of Afghanistan said Saturday that several rockets were fired from across the Durand Line in eastern provinces of Afghanistan.
KP – NWA – SWA – Express Tribune