Pakistan summons Indian envoy over ceasefire violation: FO


Ceasefire violation in Poonch.

Indian and Pakistani soldiers exchanged firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Poonch Sector of Jammu and Kashmir, reports said on Thursday. The deceased was identified as 22 year old Abdul Wahab.

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A defence ministry spokesperson, Lt Colonel Manish Mehta, said in Jammu that Pakistani troops initiated firing on Friday at 4.15 am. The charge sheet to the Indian diplomat, who serves as the first secretary in the high commission's political wing was presented by the ministry's South Asia desk head.

Earlier on Thursday, Pakistan summoned India's deputy high commissioner S Raghuram to lodge a protest over an alleged recent cross-border violation by Indian armed forces, which they claim killed a civilian.

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"The deliberate targeting of civilians is indeed deplorable and contrary to human dignity and global human rights and humanitarian laws, the Foreign Office said".

Indian forces were also urged to respect the cease-fire agreement of 2003. Under the name of Jammu and Kashmir, India controls little more than 222,236 kilometers, most of the territory, while Pakistan manages the other portion (just over 86,000 square kilometers) divided into two zones: Kashmir Azad (Free) And Gilgit-Baltistan.

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The DG asked India to investigate the Wednesday's incidents of cross-border firing and those cease-fire violations committed by Indian troops in the past.