Islamabad: Indian Charge d Affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia was summoned to Foreign Office on Thursday to register Pakistan s strong protest over the ceasefire violations by the Indian occupation forces along the Line of Control.
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said in a statement that yesterday, four innocent civilians were in dire straits, while another Indian occupation force was in Bagsar, India, and the Chinese line Nikir yesterday. Areas (Nikial Sectors) kill indiscriminately.
She said that the Indian occupation line has been using artillery, large-caliber mortars and automatic weapons to target civilian dense areas along the LoC and “working borders.” Since the beginning of this year, India has committed 1,410 violations of the ceasefire, resulting in 12 French attacks and 102 innocent civilians seriously injured.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the Indian occupying forces as targeting innocent civilians and emphasized that this meaningless act clearly violated the 2003 Ceasefire Understanding and completely ignored international human rights law and norms, further exacerbating the already tense atmosphere.
The Indian government must be aware that its irresponsible policies and unilateral actions are increasingly damaging peace and security in the region. India must take responsible actions to maintain regional peace and stability.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on India to respect the 2003 ceasefire understanding; investigate this incident and other deliberate violations of the ceasefire and maintain peace along the LoC and working borders.