India summons Pakistani Deputy High Commissioner for killing of soldiers | India News
Reacting sharply to the fire from Pakistani troops, India summoned its deputy high commissioner on Wednesday and strongly protested against ceasefire violations causing the deaths of Indian soldiers and the barbaric mutilation of their bodies.
NEW DELHI: Reacting sharply to fire from Pakistani troops, India summoned its Deputy High Commissioner on Wednesday and protested vigorously against ceasefire violations causing the death of Indian soldiers and barbaric mutilations of their bodies.
Pakistan’s Deputy High Commissioner Syed Haider Shah was summoned by Foreign Ministry Deputy Secretary (in charge of Pakistan) Gopal Baglay, who spoke of India’s strong reaction to continued violations of the cease-fire and the mutilation of the bodies of its soldiers.
For his part, Shah also protested against “the recent wave of unprovoked Indian shooting and shelling” which he said has so far resulted in the loss of more than 50 civilians, including women, infants and people. elderly, in addition to several Pakistani soldiers.
India and Pakistan blamed each other for the violation of the ceasefire agreement and the use of heavy artillery and mortar shells which resulted in the deaths of several civilians and soldiers on both sides.
Yesterday, the Indian Deputy High Commission in Islamabad, JP Singh, protested to Pakistan against the killing of Indian soldiers and the mutilation of the body of one of them when he was summoned by the Pakistani Ministry of Affairs. foreigners in Islamabad, who wanted to protest “an uninvited ceasefire violations”.
Three Indian soldiers were killed yesterday in an ambush on an army patrol in the Machhil sector of Jammu and Cashmere after which the Indian army had sworn a heavy “retribution”.