Rajouri: The residents in Rajouri, Poonch and Uri said they hope for peace on the line of control after India and Pakistan reiterated commitment for ceasefire on borders.
“This is what we are demanding for years,” Zakir Hussain, a man from LoC’s Niaka Panjgrian village of Rajouri said.
“Ceasefire violation and cross-LoC firing and shelling is the biggest hurdle in our life and an end to this is like a dream coming true,” Zakir said.
Suresh Sharma, a man from Doongi LoC area of Rajouri said that firing and shelling is no solution for any problem.
“Firing and shelling only brings pain for civilians as well as for men in uniform and ceasefire on borders will bring an end to this all,” Sharma said. Kashmir Watch