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Indian brutalities: transfer plan to safe civilians across border.

Islamabad -- Federal government has directed to Azad Kashmir government for the transfer of natives, residing along with working boundary into safer places after use of brute force from India.

Sources said that the decision has been taken to stop more killings of civilians across the border after escalating tensions between two nuclear armed forces and LOC violations.

A high profile meeting has been held at PM secretariat in the chairmanship of Nawaz Sharif to give final touch of this strategy after India's war like behavior.

It was decided in the meeting that preparations would be made for the transfer of civilians into safer places across control line with high alert in hospitals and in any case of emergency, this plan will be implemented.

Federal government also directed to the native governments of related districts of Azad Kashmir to go hand in hand with police officials in this regard.

According to Azad Kashmir sources, this remarkable step has been taken due to belligerence from opposite side.

The natives of, Keel, Kotli, Pounch , Rawla Kot, Khoi Rattan, Bamhar Sector, Neelam Valley, Laipa Valley and adjoining areas wibb be transferred into safer place in any case of serious condition.

PM Azad Kashmir Sikandar Hayat said that Pak Army is using precautions to give answer to India, to avoid killings of civilians on other side. But intentionally India is using its brute force to kill Pakistani civilians across boundary.

He said it is not new for India to use these coward attacks and Pakistan is ready to give answer to such types of brutalities.

Sources said that PM may have visited Azad Kashmir to overview the preparations made for the transfer of native people.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
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Date:Nov 16, 2016
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