Islamabad: On Wednesday, a senior Indian diplomat was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to express strong protests against Pakistan’s strong protest against the ceasefire by the Indian occupying forces along the Yandrot-controlled area, resulting in four innocent civilians being seriously injured.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as a result of the indiscriminate killing by the Indian occupation forces, the residents of Sandra village, Nasreen Akhtar, were 26 years old, and Dera Sher Khan, a 24-year-old rabbi. Residents of Rabia and Momina, 7 years old, the village of Bamroch in Munshi suffered serious injuries.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the Indian occupation forces along the occupied areas and working borders have been using artillery, large-calibre mortars and automatic weapons to target civilian dense areas. By 2020, India has committed 1,296 violations of the ceasefire so far, resulting in seven Shahadat attacks and seriously injuring 98 innocent civilians.
It was emphasized that the Indian occupation forces targeted innocent civilians as pathetic targets, but it was emphasized that this stupid act clearly violated the 2003 ceasefire understanding and violated all established humanitarian norms and professional military conduct. These serious violations of international law reflect India’s consistent attempts to escalate the situation in areas of armed conflict and threaten regional peace and security. It was added that by intensifying the tension between the local government and the World Bank, India was unable to divert attention from the serious human rights situation in India’s occupied Chamu and Kashmir.
India is required to respect the 2003 ceasefire understanding; investigate this incident and other deliberate violations of the ceasefire, and maintain peace along China and the World Bank. It also urged India to allow the United Nations Military Observer Group for India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) to perform its due role in accordance with the UN Security Council resolutions.