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ISLAMABAD: Military commanders of Asian nation and Republic of India created a special hotline contact on Fri to debate the difficulty of the deliberate targeting of Pakistani civilians, residing within the neighborhood of operating boundary by the Indian forces, the military aforesaid.

The contact between the administrators general of the military operations (DGMOs) came as 2 ladies were martyred in unmotivated barrage by India’s Border Security Forces (BSF) in border village in Sialkot, raising the toll to 6 in geographical region.

The Foreign Ministry additionally summoned the Republic of Indian diplomatist to record a powerful protest over India forces’ recent ceasefire violations on the operating boundary that left a minimum of six civilians dead and dozens others wounded.

Major General Sahir Shamshad Mirza, the DGMO of Asian nation Army, raised the difficulty of deliberate targeting of Pakistani civilians within the neighborhood of operating boundary together with his Indian counterpart, the Inter-Services publicity (ISPR) aforesaid during a statement on Fri.

“Indian DGMO was sent unblinking resolve of Asian nation Army to confirm security of its population and it shall still take all necessary measures to discourage any such aggression in future,” aforesaid the statement.

The ISPR aforesaid the most recent incident of Indian firing resulted within the martyrdom of six innocent civilians besides injuries to twenty six others. “The violation clearly undermines all existing understandings on the difficulty,” it said.

The firing incident transpire across the boundary separating Pakistan’s geographical region province from command Kashmir’s Jammu region. “Pakistan Rangers geographical region appropriately responded on posts targeting civil population,” the ISPR aforesaid during a separate statement.

Major General Asif Ghafoor, the Director General of the ISPR aforesaid on Twitter: “Indian brutality on World Peace Day martyred vi innocent Pakistanis, lac twenty six on operating boundary in Chappar/Harpal/Charwa Sector.”

Earlier, the ministry aforesaid during a statement that acting foreign secretary Aitzaz Ahmed summoned the Indian diplomatist and powerfully condemned the unmotivated ceasefire violations by the Indian occupation forces in Charwa Sector on Gregorian calendar month twenty one.

The statement aforesaid that the acting foreign secretary urged the Indian aspect to respect the 2003 ceasefire arrangement; investigate the incidents of ceasefire violations; instruct the Indian forces to respect the ceasefire, in letter and spirit and maintain peace on the LoC and dealing boundary.

Ahmed additionally urged that the Republic of Indian aspect ought to allow UN Military Observers cluster for India and Asian nation (Unmogip) to play its mandated role as per the UN SC resolutions.

The ministry aforesaid that the deliberate targeting of civilians was deplorable and contrary to human dignity and international human rights and humanitarian laws. “Despite concerns restraint, Republic of India continues to fancy ceasefire violations,” it added.

“In 2017 up to now, Indian forces have disbursed over 870 ceasefire violations on the road of management and also the operating Boundary, leading to the Shahadats of thirty eight innocent civilians and injuries to 142, as compared to 382 ceasefire violations in 2016,” per the Foreign Ministry figures.