A delegation of foreign diplomats and defence attaches from 24 countries posted in Pakistan will visit the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) to get briefing over
According to the details, the diplomats will be briefed the continuous ceasefire violations from the Indian side.
Foreign diplomats and defense attaches of Poland, Germany, France, Egypt, Switzerland, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, European Union, Bosnia, Turkey, South Africa, Australia, Iran, Iraq, UK, Italy, Azerbaijan, Greece, Afghanistan, and other countries will visit the LoC at the Pakistani side.
Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG-ISPR) Major General Iftikhar Babar will brief the visiting delegation about the ceasefire violations from the Indian side.
The visiting delegation will witness the Indian aggression by themselves and will also meet the affectees of the Indian firing.
Pakistan has never denied access to foreign diplomats to the LoC and always welcomed the move, however, The Modi administration has been denying the access in a bid to hide its false claims.
Indian Violations in September
On September 9, the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian Army violated the ceasefire in the Bedori sector of the LoC and targeted military posts and the civilian population.
The statement said that the Pakistan Army responded to the Indian provocation in a full and effective manner, which resulted in heavy loss to India.
ISPR said that 39-year-old Hawaldar Liaqat of Chakwal district was martyred in an exchange of fire along Line of Control (LOC).
On September 10, Indian Army troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violation in the Bedori sector of Kashmir along the restive Line of Control (LoC) targeting the civilian population.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that three people got injured as a result of Indian firing. “Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian firing,” the ISPR said.
Indian troops unprovoked ceasefire violation along LOC targeting the civil population with automatics and heavy mortars in Hotspring and Rakhchikri Sectors. (ISPR) said an 11-year-old girl was martyred and four other civilians including two children got injured as a result of Indian firing.
“Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian firing,” the military’s media wing said.