MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan – Residents close to the disputed boundary in divided Kashmir say it was quiet in a single day, the primary lull since an escalation between Pakistan and India erupted final week.
Nazakat Hussain in Pakistani-held Kashmir says his and lots of different households are utilizing the lull Sunday to depart their houses in Chakoti space.
Pakistani authorities official Moazzam Zafar says some 200 households have already taken shelter in three massive authorities buildings within the territory.
No less than eight civilians and two troopers have been killed in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir since tensions soared following India’s airstrike Tuesday inside Pakistan that New Delhi stated focused militants behind a Feb. 14 suicide bombing in Indian-controlled Kashmir that killed 40 troops.
Pakistan retaliated, taking pictures down a fighter jet Wednesday and detaining its pilot, who was returned to India on Friday.