Indian shelling kills nine in Kashmir, Pakistan says
At least nine civilians were killed and nine injured in Pakistan-administered Kashmir when an Indian artillery shell hit a passsenger bus in the disputed region on Wednesday, Pakistani officials said.
"according to rapporteur report from aljazeera,link , The passenger bus was attacked by Indian shelling at 8.30 in the morning, resulting in the death of nine people on-board," DSP Neelum Valley Mqsood told Al Jazeera.
"The ambulance heading to the site came under attack as well and locals arranged transportation for those injured, taking them to the hospital in private cars."
According to the police, the bus was heading towards Muzaffarabad from Kel when it came under attack.
Local administration official Sardar Waheed said firing between the two countries was continuing and that was preventing ambulances from reaching the scene.