President, PM express sorrow over loss of precious lives in Indian firing at LoC
Nawaz Sharif says we are fully capable of defending our soil against any aggression.
President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif have expressed deep grief and sorrow over loss of precious human lives in the latest violation of Line of Control by Indian forces.
Paying high tributes to the martyred Pakistani soldiers, the President said sacrifices of the valiant soldiers will not go waste. He said India is continuously committing severe LoC violations.
The President said objective of the unprovoked firing on LoC is to divert attention of the world from Kashmir issue.
Mamnoon Hussain said Pakistan has highlighted the Kashmir issue on diplomatic front in an excellent way that has unveiled the real face of India before the world.
Paying high tributes to martyred Pakistani soldiers, the Prime Minister said it is extremely unfortunate that Indian forces have continuously violated ceasefire agreement at LoC, in the recent days.
He said we are fully capable of defending our soil against any aggression.
He said Indian Forces have resorted to escalating tension on LoC only to detract world's attention from grave human rights situation in Occupied Kashmir.
Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has also strongly condemned the Indian Ceasefire violation on the Line of Control.
In a statement on Monday, he expressed grave concerns over the recent unprovoked Indian firing on the LOC and the working boundary which also resulted in loss of civilians and personnel of armed forces.
He also expressed the apprehension that the Indian actions may lead to strategic miscalculation. He emphasized that Pakistan was exercising maximum restraint in the face of Indian belligerence.
He said that our Armed Forces gave a befitting response and expressed heartfelt condolences to the families of the Shuhada.
He repeated that Pakistan urges the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan to send an urgent report to the UN Security Council to inform them about the serious ceasefire violations on LoC and the unwarranted escalation of tension between the two countries.
Azad Kashmir President Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan and Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan have also expressed profound grief and sorrow over the loss of precious human lives in the latest violation of LoC at Bhimber sector by the Indian forces.
Paying rich tributes to the martyred Pakistani soldiers they said it is extremely unfortunate that Indian forces have continuously violated ceasefire agreement at LoC.