ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the acting Deputy High Commissioner of India, S Raguram, over a recent cross-border violation by Indian forces.
On June 28, a man was killed and three others, including a woman, injured in the Nakyal sector of Azad Jammu and Kashmir after Indian border forces opened indiscriminate firing across the Line of Control (LoC).
Army officials said the Pakistani troops gave a ‘befitting’ response to the Indian shelling.
The charge-sheet to the Indian diplomat, who serves as the first secretary in the high commission’s political wing, was presented by the ministry’s South Asia desk head.
In the charge-sheet, the Indian government was strongly urged to halt the continuous cross-border firing and adhere to the 2003 ceasefire agreement across the LoC between the two countries.
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