Appeal of BSF shelling affectee

January 26, 2015 Off By Web Desk

SIALKOT: Expressing grave concern over the six-month long apathy of the government, an Indian BSF unprovoked shelling victim Bao Mohammad Latif has appealed the NOGs and philanthropists to help him and his poor family to meet the both ends. He said that he was left alone at the mercy of circumstances for dying in miseries.

Still living in his broken house in far-off bordering village Bajra Garhi-along the Sialkot Working Boundary, 65 years old Bao Muhamamd Latif has cried for help. He said that his house was badly damaged and shelled by the unprovoked intensified heavy mortar shelling of Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) in August 2014.

He told that he was deprived of his left leg and left arm as Indian shells had hit him. He was the only person to feed his family. He was a cobbler by profession.

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