Pak summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner over ceasefire violations

Islamabad, Oct 26 (ANI): Pakistan has summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to protest over the ‘unprovoked ceasefire violations by India’.

Pakistani Foreign Office lodged a protest with Singh over the ceasefire violations during the nights of October 23, 24 and 25 at Shakargarh and Zafarwal Sectors of the Working Boundary.

“As a result of latest ceasefire violations by the Indian Border Security Forces, three civilians, including a teenage girl, embraced shahadat and 23 others got injured,” the Foreign Office said.

It added, “The Shaheed included Mr. Waris, aged 30 years, Mr. Muhammad Husain, aged 15 years and Ms. Saba, aged 15 years.”

Pakistan has called intentional targeting of civilians by India a detestable and deplorable act.

The Government of Pakistan stressed upon India to stop forthwith the ceasefire violations and respect the 2003 Ceasefire Arrangement for restoration of peace and tranquility at the LoC and the Working Boundary. (ANI)

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