ISLAMABAD – A bomb planted in a toy exploded near the Line of Control in Azad Kashmir on Friday, injuring at least four children.

The blast took place in Dhangar village, Neelum valley. Police said that children were playing with a toy when it exploded and injured the four, adding that the injured minors have been shifted to the hospital in critical situation.

The police claimed that Indian forces have thrown many toys planted with bombs along the working boundary. This is the fourth incident of this nature.