Reports of distorting Indian soldier face on LoC are attempt to malign Pakistan: FO

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office in a statement issued on Tuesday has rejected the Indian allegation of distorting face of an Indian soldier on the Line of Control (LoC).

Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said that, the news reports being aired by the Indian media regarding distorting face of an Indian solider are baseless, and Pakistan strongly rejects this allegation.

He also said that, the news circulating in Indian media is spread to malign the image of Pakistan.

It said the Indian media’s report is a total lie. Pakistan Army has never been involved in such kind of non-professional activities, and it never supported such an act.

Zakaria made it clear that, Pakistan is fully prepared to hinder any aggression across LoC, WB and international border.  

FO summoned IHC over cease fire violations 

According to Foreign Office Spokesman, Director General SAARC Dr. Mohammad Faisal summoned J.P. Singh on Tuesday and lodged strong protest over the unprovoked ceasefire violations on 21st of this month.   

He said that due to Indian aggression on the LoC at Jandrot, Nikial, Karela and Baroh sectors four innocent civilians embraced martyrdom and ten others injured.       

The Director General also condemned the violation of Pakistan’s Maritime Exclusive Economic Zone by the Indian Naval Submarine on 14th of this month in violation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).      

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