Pakistan sues Indian diplomat over" ceasefire violations"

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Called On Wednesday India ' S Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia On En Condemned The" Unprovoked Ceasefire Violations" By Indian Security Forces Along The Line Of Control That Resulted In The Death Of Three Citizens.

The Foreign Office (FO) Said:" The Indian Forces Along The Line Of Control (LoC) And The Working Boundary (WB) Are Constantly Aiming At Civilian Populated Areas With Heavy Weapons" .

Director (SAAR SAARC) Mohammad Faisal Has Called Ahluwalia And Condemned The Unprovoked Ceasefire Violations By Indian Security Forces Along The Line Of Control (LoC), The FO Said.

The FO Said That On May 2 In Rakhchikri Sector Along The LoC, A 15 Year Old Boy Was Killed And His 9 Year Old Sister Wounded.

On May 5, In The Hotspring And Kotkotera Sectors Along The LoC, A Woman And A 12-year-old Boy Were Killed And A Woman Injured, It Said.

This Unprecedented Escalation Of Ceasefire Violations Through India Continues From The Year 2017 When Indian Troops Committed 1970 Ceasefire Violations, He Said.

" The Intentional Purposefulness Of Civilian Population Groups Is Indeed Deplorable And Violates Human Dignity, International Human Rights And Humanitarian Laws," Said The FO, Adding That The Ceasefire Violations By India Pose A Threat To Regional Peace And Security And May Lead To A Strategic Miscalculation.

He Said That Faisal Urged The Indian Population To Respect The 2003 Ceasefire Scheme; Investigate These And Other Incidents Of Violations Of The Ceasefire; Instruct The Indian Troops To Respect The Cease-fire, In Letter And Spirit, And To Keep The Peace Along The LoC And The Working Line

He Urged The Indian Side To Allow UNMOGIP To Fulfill Its Mandated Role In Accordance With UN Security Council Resolutions.

India Claims That UNMOGIP Has Survived Its Usefulness And Is Not Relevant After The Simla Agreement And The Consistent Establishment Of The LoC.