It remained lull on Sialkot Working Boundary on Sunday after experiencing intensified Indian shelling for 12 days.
According to senior officials of Chenab Rangers, it has been calm along the Sialkot Working Boundary.
However, the harvesting of the seasonal crops especially the paddy crops could not be started in villages along the Sialkot Working Boundary and it remained suspended for the 14th consecutive day as local farmers could not go to their fields due to mounted fears of unprovoked Indian shelling by BSF.
The locals, who had vacated villages Charwah, Beeni, Sulehriyaan, Akhnoor, Behladpur, Gunjiyaal, Gandiyal, Dhamala, Wada Dhamala, Harpal, Bajra Garhi, Morcha Pur, Anola, Dhaliyaan, Kotli Khawaja, Ludha Gung, Chumat, Siyal, Jhund, Jarwal, Theekariyal, Sojan, Sakroori and Shahpur in Bajwat, Sucheetgarh, Charwah, Umeraanwali, Chaprar, Bajra Garhi, Shakargarh along the Sialkot Working Boundary during the last week, still hesitating to return back to their house, as they fear that Indian BSF can any restart unprovoked shelling any time.
Most of the affected people have been living in tents away from Indian shelling hit villages. Local administration has provided them with these tents there, besides, establishing medical camp for them.
It is to be mentioned here that the officials have closed down UCs offices in Charwah Sector, government primary schools and basic health unit (BHU) due to stepped up unprovoked Indian shelling a week ago and are yet to be reopened.