Islamabad: Two girls have been severely injured in unprovoked firing by Indian forces on the Line of Control whereas the Foreign Office summoned a senior Indian diplomat for violating the ceasefire. What is the protest?
According to a Foreign Office spokesman, Indian forces opened unprovoked fireplace in Rakh Chakri and Baro sectors of the LoC, leaving two girls severely injured. A senior Indian diplomat was summoned to the Foreign Office to protest the incident.
The Foreign Office says Indian forces proceed to focus on civilians on the Line of Control, Working Boundary. This 12 months, India violated the ceasefire 1697 instances. This 12 months, 14 harmless civilians have been martyred and 133 injured in Indian provocations. India's deliberate concentrating on of harmless civilians is reprehensible.
The spokesman stated that India's provocation is a risk to peace and safety within the area. With these strikes, India can not divert the world's consideration from the scenario in occupied Kashmir. India should guarantee implementation of UN Security Council resolutions.
He added that concentrating on unarmed civilians is in opposition to worldwide regulation and values. India ought to abide by the 2003 ceasefire association. The UN Military Observer Mission ought to be allowed to work on the LOC.