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Ban-Ki-Moon suggests Pak-India to control after clashes in Kashmir


UNITED NATIONS: Secretary General United Nations, Ban-Ki-Moon has suggested both Pakistan and India to show temperament after the recent clashes in Kashmir that caused number of deaths on both sides of the Line of Control.


In a recent statement issued here on Tuesday, Ban said that the upcoming meeting of security chiefs on August 23-24 could help to pave the way of dialogue between the two countries, which have fought two out of three wars over the same Kashmir issue.


According to Pakistani officials, in a recent shelling by India on Sunday a woman was killed and eight others wounded.

On the other hand, six civilians also killed over the weekend in Indian Occupied Kashmir after shelling and firing from the Pakistan side, an Indian official said.

UN Secretary General, Moon expressed his serious concerns over the tension between the two neighbouring countries and suggest them to control their emotions and temperament and take suitable measures to ensure protection of civilians.

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