Senior Indian diplomat summoned against Indian provocation on LoC (photo, file)
Islamabad: Pakistan has summoned a senior Indian diplomat to the Foreign Office to protest the incident in which two Pakistani nationals were seriously injured in a firing incident by the Indian Army on the Line of Control.
According to Express News, Indian provocations on the Line of Control could not be reduced and on September 24, once again, Indian forces violated the ceasefire by firing indiscriminately on the Baro sector. Two Pakistani nationals were seriously injured in the firing.
Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that Pakistan has recorded a strong protest against the Indian firing by summoning a senior Indian diplomat stationed in Islamabad.
The spokesman said that India has violated the ceasefire 2340 times so far this year in which 18 innocent Pakistani citizens have been martyred and 187 seriously injured. Deliberate targeting of civilians by India is reprehensible. Indian forces continue to target the civilian population on the Line of Control and Working Boundary with heavy weapons, threatening regional peace and security.
The spokesman said that India could not be distracted from the situation in Occupied Kashmir by such tactics. Pakistan demanded that India abide by the 2003 ceasefire agreement and send a UN observer mission to the LOC and Working Boundary to review the situation. Allow to work on