Miranshah: Rockets fired at Razmak camp
MIRANSHAH: The militants Monday fired rockets at the military base in Razmak in North Waziristan but there were no reports of casualty, officials and tribal sources said.
Also, four children were injured by an artillery shell fired from across the border in Afghanistan. The sources said that militants hiding in the mountains in neighbouring South Waziristan fired nine rockets at the Razmak military camp. The rockets landed near the army camp.
According to sources, some of the rockets hit a building of an Imambargah, the Razmak gridstation and a petrol depot. Security officials said the rocket attack did not cause any human loss. The militants hiding in the mountainous Makeen area of South Waziristan often fire rockets at the heavily guarded military camp in Razmak.
Meanwhile, four children received injuries when an artillery shell fired from across the border in Afghanistan’s Khost province hit a house of a tribesman at Ghulam Khan village in North Waziristan on Monday. The children were brought to Miranshah and admitted to a hospital.