ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said that there should be an urgent meeting of the Director General Military Operations (DGMOs) of both Pakistan and India as ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) and working boundary between the two countries continue intermittently.
The aim behind the meeting as suggested by Pakistan is to discuss the situation and halt firing along the working boundary and the LoC.
“DGMOs of both countries should meet immediately discuss ways and means to stop the current spate of firing along the working boundary and Pakistan is also sending a proposal to India for the meeting,” the media quoted the prime minister’s advisor on national security and foreign affairs Sartaj Aziz as saying.
The prime minister’s advisor also strongly rejected the Indian allegations of ceasefire violations by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir.
Earlier in the day, the Indian media accused the Pakistan Rangers of killing two civilians and injuring three others in firing on the Indian border security force posts in the RS Pura sector in Jammu district.
The advisor also expressed concern over what he called unprovoked firing by Indian border security force in Charwa and Mehrajke Sectors near Sialkot border earlier in the morning that left at least two civilians including a woman dead and four others injured.
Sartaj Aziz said that the issue was affecting bilateral ties and peace in the region.