Pakistan accuses India of ‘ceasefire violations’, summons Deputy High Commissioner

After mortar shelling along the Line of Control in Kashmir, Pakistan on Saturday accused India of carrying out “ceasefire violations” and summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner (DHC) JP Singh for the same. However, Singh countered Pakistan, alleging that it was Islamabad that initiated cross border firing in order to give cover to terrorists. A statement issued by the Pakistan army claimed the Indian troops “committed ceasefire violations at LoC in Karela, Kotkoterra, Khuiratta, Sabzkot, Baroh, Tandar and Khanjar sectors”. It also said that three civilians from Pakistan were injured in the process. Read more

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