Jammu KashmirPosted at: May 22, 2018, 12:38 PM; last updated: May 22, 2018, 12:38 PM (IST)Also in this sectionJ-K: 8-month-old infant killed in ceasefire violationSchooling in border areas hit every year, but state still without strategyPak resumes shelling; 7 hurtCM visits shelling-hit families in RS PuraValley shutdown marks death anniversaries of Moulvi, Lone Dinesh Manhotra Tribune News Service Jammu, May 22 As killings of civilians are going on unabated on the International Border (IB) due to heavy shelling from the Pakistani side, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association on Tuesday suspended its work to express solidarity with the border inhabitants, who have been bearing the maximum brunt. Work in all courts, tribunals and commissions remained suspended on Tuesday in protest against the killing of civilians, including that of an eight-month-old child, in unprovoked firing by Pakistan. A meeting of the Association was held on Tuesday morning under the chairmanship of its vice president Sachin Gupta in which all participants condemned the unprovoked firing by Pakistan on civilians. Speaking at the meeting, Gupta regretted that during the holy month of Ramzan when the Union Government had announced a unilateral ceasefire, the Pakistani side resorted to shelling and firing on… Read full this story
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