Pakistan, India, agree to strict compliance with all agreements and LoC: ceasefire under ISPR-World

Pakistan and India have agreed to strictly comply with all contracts, interests and ceasefires, along with the Line of Control (LoC) and all other sectors in effect from midnight on Wednesday. The joint statement said, “To achieve mutually beneficial and sustainable peace along the border, the two heads of military operations (DGMOs) have agreed to address each other’s key issues and concerns, which tend to interfere with peace and cause violence. , Represents the head of the military operations of the two countries. According to ISPR (Inter-Services Public Relations), DGMOs in both countries have discussed an established hotline contact mechanism. Both sides reviewed the situation in the Line of Control (LoC) and everything else in a free, candid and warm atmosphere, Radio Pakistan reported. They have repeated that existing hotline contact and border flag meeting mechanisms will be utilized to resolve any unexpected situations or misunderstandings. Military spokesman Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar said in a comment on a private TV channel, “There has been contact between India and Pakistan at the hotline level since 1987. DGMOs in both countries often maintain contact through this established mechanism.” Said. He said that since 2014 there has been a surge in truce violations following the LoC. “Both DGMOs agreed that the existing 2003 understanding should be embodied in character and spirit.” The two officials agreed to make it sustainable and expressed their intentions to take action on it, he said. He added that more than 13,500 ceasefire violations have occurred since 2003, killing 310 citizens and injuring 1,600. He said there was a big difference in the number of truce violations and casualties since 2003-2013 and 2014. “92{74ca91e3bee52d91843c282edd75c0800a88a3d8744a3a1c83b7ba867058fc3c} of the figures shared occurred between 2014 and 2021,” he added, with 49 women and 26 children martyred in the last four years. He said there were the highest number of truce violations in 2019 and the highest number of casualties in 2018. “After the understanding between the two countries, it was agreed to implement the 2003 ceasefire in text and spirit,” he said. In 2020, 33 civilians martyred, 260 wounded at AJK.In 2020, Indian forces committed more than 2,900 ceasefire violations across the LoC in 2020, 33 innocent civilians were martyred, and 260 were in various locations in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). I was injured. . “Although the world was hit hard by the 2020 Corona 19 epidemic, [the] The Indian army has not stopped the terrible practice of attacking our unarmed civilians along the division line. Referring to the UN vehicle shooting in the Poonch region on December 18, the Minister said, “We have targeted UN military observers this year, not only civilians, but also during routine surveillance missions along the LoC. Sharing the details of physical and material loss with Dawn, he said 16 men and 17 women were martyred. There were 260 injured, with 161 men and 99 women. The youngest martyrs were Adeeb Sudhir, 2 years old from the Neelum Valley, and the oldest were Jan Begum from the Bhimber region and Muhammad Bashir from the Haveli region (both over 75), he said. More information from Reuters