KOTLI: The unprovoked firing and shelling at the Line of Control (LOC) by Indian troops continued on Wednesday as the ceasefire violation left four children injured in Nakyal sector near Kotli in Azad Kashmir.
According to ISPR, the Indian side resumed their unprovoked firing late on Tuesday which left four children, aging between 10 and 16 years in Kanthi Gala village near the LOC.
The injured were taken to nearest military hospital, ISPR said, adding that Pakistani troops effectively responded to Indian firing.
Military officials said the Indian side yet again fired shells in Forward Kahuta and Neza Pir sectors of Azad Kashmir’s Bagh district. There were no casualty reports available.
The Foreign Office (FO) of Pakistan has called upon the comity of nations to play its role to stop Indian aggression, and expressed resolve that national integrity and sovereignty will not be compromised under any circumstances.
The officials of the Pakistan Army, foreign secretary and Special Assistant to the PM on Foreign Affairs, Tariq Fatemi, briefed the foreign diplomats and the ambassadors of different states about the prevalent tension across the LOC and the Working Boundary.
The FO and military officials said India violated the LOC for 50 times within two weeks, adding the Indian aggression left at least 12 citizens dead.
UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) on Tuesday visited the Working Boundary near Sialkot and reviewed losses of life and property caused by Indian firing in Charwah, Pokhliyan and Chaprar sectors.
The observer group also talked to hundreds of local residents who informed the delegation about severity of Indian firing on residential areas. The group also visited Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Sialkot.