Pakistan summons Indian official over ceasefire violations

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) Director General (South Asia & SAARC) Muhammad Faisal on Monday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P Singh to sentence the unprovoked ceasefire violations by Indian forces in Rawalakot Sector on August 27

Pakistan on Monday lodged a protest towards ‘unprovoked’ Indian ceasefire violations by which 3 individuals of a circle of relatives have been killed and two others have been injured in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

According to main points, Pakistan lodged a protest towards ‘unprovoked’ Indian ceasefire violations after Indian forces fired mortar shell that hit the home of a retired faculty instructor at Fateh pur village in Haveli district, which killed 3 individuals of a circle of relatives and seriously injured two others.

Faisal advised the Indian aspect to appreciate the 2003 ceasefire settlement and to take care of peace alongside the LoC. He requested the Indian aspect to allow the United Nations Military Observers workforce in held Kashmir underneath the UN Security Council resolutions.

The FO remark stated that India has dedicated over 600 ceasefire violations alongside the Line of Control this yr by which 28 blameless civilians martyred and 113 others wounded, as in comparison to 382 violations remaining yr.

Earlier, Rawalpindi Corps Commander Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza on Monday visited the Line of Control (LOC) in Hot Spring and Puna sectors the place India had dedicated ceasefire violation concentrated on blameless civilians the day past.

According to ISPR observation, the corps commander liked efficient reaction given by Pakistan Army to Indian ceasefire violations and stated that such reaction shall proceed to offer protection to our Kashmiri brothers.

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