STATE TIMES NEWS KATHUA: Senior Congress leader Former Member Legislative council Subash Gupta expressing anguish over unprovoked shelling by Pakistan across International Border of Hiranagar Sector had strongly condemned the cowardice act. Expressing anguish over the act of Pakistan in targeting the civilian population Subash Gupta said that on Wednesday Pakistan targeting border hamlets shelled shells and created havoc in the area. Appreciating the act of retaliation by Indian forces Subash Gupta said that despite this Pakistan do not desist from indiscriminate firing across the border resulting to loss of human life and property. “The life of border dwellers along the IB often get silenced as farming, schooling, cattle rearing, and everything else on which border dwellers survive will come to a halt due to the shelling episodes,” he irked. Subash Gupta raising the issue for early completion of construction work of bunkers and community shelters and said that the government should also allot 5 marlas plot to border residents at safer places so that in case of firing on border they can shift their families there. He also demanded government for providing an specialized team of doctors readily available at the nearby border hospitals so that in case of emergency the injured can be treated with the best of the services. Showing concern to other problems of border people Subash Gupta also demanded to complete the ongoing work of bridge being constructed across Tarnah Nallah on Old Samba Kathua Road. He said that the moment the bridge gets completed thousands of villagers of border hamlets will have an easy approach to Hiranagar Tehsil Head Quater.
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