India is accusing Pakistan of violating the ceasefire on the evening of September 12, for open firing in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to The Economic Times, the firing started around 8 p.m. Reportedly the Indian Army fought back by firing between the 2 Mankote and Gulpur regions.
Moreover, Asian News International reported that the Indian Army seized weapons from ‘terrorists’ that Pakistan sent.
2 accused have been apprehended, and arms & ammunition including pistols, magazines, rounds, grenades, flags, wireless set & IED have been recovered from them in Poonch. Consignment was sent from Pakistan occupied Jammu & Kashmir (PoJK). Further probe on: Jammu & Kashmir Police
2 accused have been apprehended, and arms & ammunition including pistols, magazines, rounds, grenades, flags, wireless set & IED have been recovered from them in Poonch. Consignment was sent from Pakistan occupied Jammu & Kashmir (PoJK). Further probe on: Jammu & Kashmir Police pic.twitter.com/32jn7C3bD8
— ANI (@ANI) September 12, 2020
India Violates Ceasefire
On the morning of September 8, Indian forces fired in the Bedori sector of Kashmir injuring 3 along the LoC, said ISPR.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the main target of the Indian Army were the civilians.
As a result, in response to the fire, the Pakistan Army responded efficiently, the ISPR further said.
Pakistan Army responded effectively. Reports of heavy losses on enemy in terms of men and material
Unfortunately, 39-year-old Havalder Liaquat, a resident of Chakwal district, was martyred during the open fire.
Pakistan’s Response to Indian Army Violation
On September 5, the Indian Army violated the ceasefire first along the LoC. Hence in response to that Pakistan registered a ‘strong protest’ after summoning senior Indian diplomat to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Consequently, the Foreign Office released a statement. It said that India is continuously targeting the life of civilians by opening their fires along the Line of Control.
A senior Indian diplomat was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs today (Sunday) to register Pakistan’s strong protest over ceasefire violations by the Indian occupation forces along the LoC on 5th September 2020, resulting in serious injuries to one innocent civilian