Pakistan's military forces have bombarded eastern Kunar province for the past 16 hours, local officials said on Saturday, adding that there are no casualties.
Kunar Police Chief, Abdul Habib Sayedkhili, said the Pakistani forces have fired 33 missiles into the district of Dangam since Friday night.
Sayedkhili claims that the missiles were fired from a district in Pakistan known as Mohmand Agency.
"Pakistan always cheats," he said. "The Pakistan government does not want peace for the Afghan people. Since the Kabul-Washington Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) was signed, the Pakistani military have fired 157 missiles only on Dangam district injuring a civilian."
When the BSA was signed, which will allow the legal presence of the U.S. troops in Afghanistan post-2014, it was expected that the Pakistani missiles will stop, but instead the Pakistani military have increased their attack.
Kunar police have asked the new unity government to stop the attacks on Kunar province.
Previously, the Pakistani officials rejected the missile attacks on Afghan soil, but Sayedkhili said that Pakistan wants to progress onto Afghan soil by targeting the border areas of the country.
In the past four years, the Pakistani military have targeted eastern parts of Afghanistan forcing thousands of families to evacuate their native areas in search for safety.