Ceasefire violation: UN observers visit Line of Control
India’s vicious face once again exposed before the world.
United Nations (UN) observers visited the Line of Control (LoC) Area that was affected by cluster ammunition of Indian forces.
The observers analyzed the place, took photographs and met with the victims.
A cluster bomb is a form of air-dropped or ground-launched explosive weapon that ejects harmful substances.
Its use may result in killing and maiming of many civilians due to their wide-area impact.
The use of cluster ammunition is prohibited under international laws.
On the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Muzaffarabad Badar Munir said that India bombed cluster ammunition in which 4 people were martyred and 11 were injured.
Indian troops have dropped cluster bombs on civilians.
Earlier, in a befitting response to India Pakistan has lodged strong protest over the use of cluster bombs and urged the International community to take action against it.
In a statement, Spokesperson Foreign Office Dr. Muhammad Faisal had said that a befitting reply would be given to India and Modi administration must not forget 27th February.
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