Provincial security chief, Abdul Habib Syed Khel said at least 20 rounds of artillery shells were fired by Pakistani military late Friday night.
Mr. Syed Khel further added that no casualties were reported following the cross-border shelling, however the shelling caused property damage to the local residents.
Local residents in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan urge president Hamid Karzai to share the issue with the Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif during his visit to Kabul.
According to the local residents in Kunar, dozens of people have been killed or injured following the cross-border shelling by Pakistani military during the recent years.
Pakistani military has been shelling eastern provinces of Afghanistan including Kunar and Nuristan province during the past one year.
Tensions intensified between the two nations following border clashes between Afghan and Pakistani security forces in Goshta district earlier this year.
An Afghan border guard was killed and three Pakistani military forces were injured after Afghan and Pakistani troops exchanged fire in Goshta district.