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Border Violation Continues as India Pakistan Trade Fire

Posted by on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, 17:17
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Indian Border Security Force allegedly resorted to unprovoked firing in Charwa sector near the Line of Control, News reported on Tuesday.

Border Violation

Border Violation

Firing started at 9pm on Monday night and no injuries or deaths were reported thus far. Mortar shells were also used during the ceasefire violation.

Chenab Rangers have reportedly responded to the firing effectively. On January 6, four Pakistani civilians were killed in ‘unprovoked firing and heavy shelling’ by BSF in the Zafarwal and Shakargarh sectors along the Sialkot Working Boundary.

All issues with India can be resolved through dialogue: Aziz

Prime Minister’s Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz urged on Tuesday that all issues between the two neighbouring countries should be resolved through dialogue.

According to Radio Pakistan, the prime minister’s senior aide, while speaking to a private TV channel, said it was India that suspended foreign secretary-level talks without any reason in August.

“It was expected that after elections in occupied Kashmir, there would be improvement in Pakistan-India ties, but it did not happen; rather, India increased working boundary violations, which is regrettable,” Aziz lamented.

Further, he said India should have welcomed the military offensive launched against militants in North Waziristan and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.

Tensions between the neighbouring countries escalated last week when two Pakistani paramilitary soldiers were killed during exchanges of heavy fire.

Recent exchanges of fire across the the Line of Control have killed more than two dozen civilians and forced thousands to flee their homes on both sides.

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