Indian Army fires UN vehicle on Loc

Indian Army fires UN vehicle on Loc
Indian Army fires UN vehicle on Loc

On the Line of Control, the Indian Army opened fire on a UN vehicle, but no casualties were reported. According to the District Disaster Management Authority, the Indian Army opened fire on a UN vehicle in the police sector of the Line of Control (LoC) in a provocative manner, causing no casualties but damaging the UN vehicle. That UN officer,s took refuge in a Pakistan Army check post, which saved their life.

Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez, while giving a weekly briefing on the issue, said that the true face of India has been exposed to the whole world. Indian forces opened fire on a UN Observer vehicle in the Cheri Kot sector of the LoC.
Fortunately, the occupants were safe. Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez said that Pakistan strongly condemned India’s violation of the ceasefire agreement.

India should be aware of the seriousness of the situation in case of any adventure. Pakistan calls on the international community to stop India’s dangerous adventures. He called on India to abide by the 2003 ceasefire agreement. Keep in mind that the history of unprovoked firing and aggression by Indian forces on the LOC is quite old. The ceasefire agreement on the LOC has been repeatedly violated by the Indian Army and even residents of the residential areas along the Line of Control have been targeted.

The Indian Army, in a show of stubbornness, continues to violate the Ceasefire Agreement, but the international community does not take notice. Raises the issue of breach of fire agreement.


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