India violates ceasefire agreement: ISLAMABAD: Indian troops opened fire along the Functioning Boundary on Monday violating the ceasefire agreement with Pakistan.
Pakistan strongly objected the unprovoked fire as well as demanded that India follow the new ceasefire agreement signed between both countries.
The Consular service spokesperson claimed the Indian army opened fire in the Charwa sector without provocation, state media records.
This is the first reported occurrence of ceasefire offense after both countries had actually agreed to hold fire along the Line of Control and various other sectors on February 25 this year.
The foreign events ministry in a note verbale addressed to the Indian High Compensation in Islamabad said: “The Indian BSF troops presented aggressive practices by crossing the Working Boundary and also coldly utilizing mortars with an intent to mess up peace along Line of Control as well as Functioning Limit.”
The ministry described it “initially major as well as grave violation of Directors General Military Operation (DGMOs) understanding in 2021” by the Indian side.
The polite communication stated: “Troops from Indian BSF post in Square-9530 located in IIOJK Jammu Field opposite Pakistani Charwa Field fired approximately 30 rounds of little arms and also four bombs of 60-millimetre mortar at Pakistani blog post in Square-9630 with no justification.
The occurrence taken place when 15 BSF soldiers with 3 tractors went across Functioning Border and also began tilling on the Pakistani side.
” When the Pakistan Rangers Punjab troops attempted to persuade the BSF troops to return through loud hailers and whistles, the Indian BSF soldiers responded by firing tiny arms and also mortars at the Pakistani blog post without provocation.
The exact same BSF blog post took a sniper shot at a Pakistani message with the objective to rack up casualty.”