ISLAMABAD: Protesting against ceasefire violations alongside Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan summoned a senior Indian diplomat on Monday.
Three civilians including a teenage girl in Kashmir were buffed off last week by Indian forces in the Shakargarh and Zafarwal sectors of the Working Boundary.
“Indian Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs… to protest over unprovoked ceasefire violations by India during the nights of 23rd, 24th and 25th October,” said the Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah.
He stated that the firing resulted in death of three civilians death besides 23 others were injured.
Khalilullah also stated that FO had also informed the Indian diplomat of a ‘threatening phone call’ made from New Delhi during late Last Friday to the Governor’s House in Karachi.
Meanwhile, local media had reported that the anonymous caller jeopardized to detonate explosives on the property.
“Details of the call were also shared with him,” added the spokesperson saying that India was asked to investigate but without giving further accounts.
The development comes amidst the worsening political crisis between the two countries as several talks proposals were resulted fruitless.