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Pakistani choppers bombed areas in Kunar province

KunarPakistani choppers have reportedly entered about two kilometers inside eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan and bombed areas there, Azadi Radio quoting a local official reported on Wednesday.

When officials say Pakistani choppers they usually mean the military ones.

According to the report, the choppers entered into Dangam district two times on Tuesday and threw bombs.

Inayatullah, governor of Dangam district while confirming the report told Azadi Radio that more than 100 shells were also fired from across the border into Dangam district in the past two days.

No casualties have been reported in the incidents.

Meanwhile, police chief of Kunar province said that Pakistani forces have also violated border policy by moving into the zero point areas of the Durand Line.

Abdul Habib Sayedkhili added that Pakistani forces have established security posts in the zero point areas and targeting Kunar province from there.

This has forced hundreds of families to vacate the border areas. -KP

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