ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner to the Foreign Office and lodged a protest over unprovoked firing by Indian soldiers in Charwah sector near the Sialkot working boundary which killed a woman and injured two others on Monday morning.
According to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs statement, the Deputy High Commissioner of India was summoned on Monday and it was emphasised that such “unfortunate incidents were taking place at a time when the leadership on both sides had expressed willingness to improve bilateral relations, which had paved the way for the Foreign Secretary-level talks to resume dialogue”.
This was the 54th incident of ceasefire violation by Indian troops since July this year.
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