Man wounded in Indian fire at PaK village: official

Muzaffarabad: Firing, which Pakistani authorities called unprovoked, by Indian troops critically wounded a 22-year-old man in Polis village of Pakistan administered Kashmir on Saturday.
“Wasim Ahmad was hit in the neck while one of his oxen was killed on the spot in firing by Indian troops,” said Rawlakot deputy commissioner Masood-ur-Rehman.
The injured man has been shifted to CMH Rawalakot from where he was referred to Islamabad because his condition was critical.
Pakistan and Indian militaries have been exchanging fire along disputed Kashmir border early this week, killing a woman and damaging several houses in Neza Pir sector along the Line of control in Haveli district, 160 km south east of Muzaffarabad.\

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