Poonch Forest Fire Triggers Several Landmine Explosions Along LoC In Jammu And Kashmir

Poonch Forest Fire: Several landmines exploded near the Line of...

Poonch Forest Fire: Several landmines exploded near the Line of Control (LoC) due to forest fire in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch. Officials said that on Monday, the fire, which started from the forest on the other side of the Line of Control, spread to Mendhar sector in the Indian border.

Officials said that the fire caused the explosion in about six landmines laid as part of the system to thwart the infiltration attempt. Forest guard Kanar Hussain Shah said, “For the last three days, there is a fire in the forest. Together with the army, we are dousing the fire.”

“The fire was brought under control, but this morning the fire broke out in Darmshal block and spread rapidly due to strong winds,” he said. was controlled by. Another major fire broke out in the Sundarbandi area near the border in Rajouri district, which spread to other forest areas, officials said on Wednesday.

Fire also broke out in Kalakote’s Kalar, Ranthal, Chingi forests. “The fire spread from across the border and also in areas along the Line of Control in Upper Kangri and Dok Banyad,” the official said.

A massive fire also broke out in the fields along the International Border (IB) in Jammu district, officials said. He said that the fire spread to an area of ​​several kilometers near the Belly Azmat Border Outpost (BOP) of the Border Security Force. Officials said that the fire has been brought under control.

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