Islamabad: The Foreign Office has summoned the Indian Charge d'Affaires to protest the violation of the Line of Control.
According to the Foreign Office, on June 20, Indian provocations and violations of the ceasefire settlement had been as soon as once more protested on the Line of Control by summoning the Indian Charg اہ d'Affaires Guru Ahluwalia to the Foreign Office.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Ayesha Farooqi mentioned that the Indian Director General of South Asia and SAARC Director General Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry was summoned and on June 20 protests had been held in Haji Pir and Bedori sectors for violating the ceasefire.
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DG South Asia Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry despatched a letter of protest to Indian Chief of Staff Guru Ahluwalia stating that ceasefire violations by India have intensified since 2017 and tons of of occasions by India throughout this time. Ceasefire settlement violated. The Indian Army is concentrating on civilians with heavy weapons, and on June 20, Iqra Shabbir, a 13-year-old lady from Mansar village, was martyred in an unprovoked firing, whereas the lady's mom and a 12-year-old boy had been critically injured.
The letter warns that deliberate concentrating on of civilians is a violation of human dignity, worldwide human rights legislation and a menace to regional peace and safety.
Pakistan has urged India to respect the 2003 ceasefire settlement, directing its forces to totally implement the ceasefire and keep peace on the Line of Control and Working Boundary.