People building bunkers in AJK along LoC

NEELUM VALLEY, AJK: Residents in Pakistani Kashmir are racing to build underground bunkers for the first time since the 1990s, frightened by unprovoked Indian shelling and firing what they say is the worst cross-border violence since a ceasefire was agreed in 2003.People in Azad Kashmir’s Neelum Valley say the attacks come once or twice a week, and they never know when they might have to dive for cover.Around half a million people live within range of Indian fire along the Pakistani side of the Line of Control, according to Farooq Haider Khan, leader of Azad Kashmir. Farooq Haider Khan says the government plans to build “community bunkers”.