Indian outrage over the LoC Indian Deputy High Commissioner summoned at FO
ISLAMABAD: Indian Deputy High Commissioner was given a protest post on Indian provocations in Shadra, Neza Pir, Satwal and Ghassar.
According to Foreign Office spokesman, Pakistan has strongly protested against the Indian provocation on the Line of Control and summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner.
Foreign Office said that 10-year-old child Faizan was martyred and 16 civilians were injured in firing by Indian forces. The injured included six children and two women.
It is to be remembered that on October 6 and 7, a woman was martyred and three civilians were injured in firing in the Chari Kot sector from across the border.
On this too, the Indian Deputy High Commissioner was called to the Foreign Office and a severe protest was recorded.
Pakistan summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner to the Foreign Office that India should abide by the ceasefire agreement and refrain from targeting innocent civilians.
The Indian Deputy High Commissioner was told that the Indian Army was deliberately targeting the civilian population on the Line of Control (LoC) with heavy weapons. Indian provocations pose serious threats to the peace and security of the region. India should obey the ceasefire agreement and refrain from targeting innocent civilians.
The spokesman said that the occupying Indian forces fired indiscriminately on October 6 and 7 in the Chari Kot sector, which resulted in the death of 69-year-old Nazir Bibi, while three civilians were injured.