Iranian shelling injures two in Washuk
QUETTA: At least two Pakistani nationals were injured allegedly by shelling and firing from Iranian security forces at the Pakistan-Iran border in Washuk district on Sunday.

According to sources, Iranian border security forces fired several shells and resorted to intense firing in the Jodar mountainous area, some 70 kilometres from Mashkel town of Washuk. As a result, two people, Muhammad Safi, resident of Mashkel, and Ameen, resident of Kharan, received serious wounds. Local people shifted the injured to a hospital in Dalbandin.

The Balochistan Frontier Corps spokesman said there were no immediate reports of any such incident from the Pakistan-Iran border in Washuk district.
Posted by: Steve White 2012-08-13