India surrounded Pakistan and said that despite the constant demand to abide by the 2003 ceasefire agreement and exercise restraint, Pakistani forces resorted to cover fire to help the intruders. External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said that the continued use of weapons to encourage terrorist infiltration and terrorist activities continues unabated.
External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said that the continued use of weapons to encourage terrorist infiltration and terrorist activities continues unabated. He said in an online briefing that such activities are not possible without the support of Pakistani forces deployed on the Line of Control (LoC).
Pakistani High Commission officials summoned
He said, “Pakistani forces keep firing at the intruders to help the infiltrators, despite the constant demand to abide by the 2003 ceasefire agreement to maintain restraint and maintain peace.” Had summoned on 14 November and on 13 November a strong protest was lodged in several sectors near the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir for violating the ceasefire by Pakistani forces without provocation. Four civilians were killed and 19 others were seriously injured in these incidents.
‘Gilgit Baltista is an integral part of India’
Srivastava said, “India has also strongly opposed the continued support of Pakistan in the infiltration of terrorists from across the border into India.” Pakistan was once again reminded of its bilateral commitment not to use its occupied territory for terrorism against India. “India condemned Pakistan for holding elections in the Gilgit Baltistan region and said that its objective area But the illegal occupation of Pakistan has to be hidden. Srivastava said that Gilgit Baltistan is an integral part of India since 1947.
9 people died in ceasefire
Pakistan on Friday carried out heavy shelling along the Line of Control in North Kashmir, carrying out a major ceasefire violation in which at least four civilians and five security personnel were killed. The Indian Army gave a befitting reply to the ceasefire violation by firing anti-tank guided missiles and cannons at several Pakistani targets, killing at least eight Pakistani soldiers and injuring 12 others.
Target on civilian areas
Sources said that in order to help infiltrate terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir in the last few weeks, the Pakistani army has been continuously targeting civilian areas along the Indian side of the Line of Control with mortars and other heavy weapons. According to official figures, in 2019, where 18 civilians were killed in Pakistan’s shelling throughout the year, 21 innocent civilians have lost their lives in Pakistan shelling so far this year.
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