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At least 10 Pakistani civilians killed by India’s LOC violation

SIALKOT: At least 10 Pakistani civilians were killed as India continues to violate Line of Control (LOC) ceasefire at Sialkot, ARY News reports on Wednesday.

Indian troops opened indiscriminate fire and pounded working boundaries in Sialkot sector due to which at least ten persons were reported killed and several others were injured.

Pakistan has expressed its concern over the India’s consistent LOC ceasefire violation and have launched a protest against the cross border firing incidents at United Nation Military Observer.

Sartaj Aziz, advisor to the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs and National Security, said that India has been violating LOC ceasefire since the past week.

Masood Khan, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations in New York, had demanded the UN to stop India from carrying out cross border fire. He added that he will also make the UN oberservers meet the people affected by the Indian fire.

It should be noted that India has violated the LOC ceasefire 31 times in 2013 due to which several people were killed.

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