FO: (Pakistan lodges protest with India over ceasefire violations)

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has lodged protest with India on the latest unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian security forces in Phuklian-Akhnor sector at the Working Boundary.

The Foreign Office spokesperson in a statement on Tuesday offered condolences and deep sympathies to the bereaved families on the loss of precious lives. The unprovoked ceasefire violations were started by India at New Kane and two other posts at 0530 hours on Tuesday.

Pakistani posts responded to this provocation. The Indian troops then opened fire from all their posts in the area targeting civilians and villages. The spokesperson said Pakistan conveyed its deep concern at the continuous unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian side at the LoC and the Working Boundary and targeting of the civilians.

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