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Pakistan tells India “won’t to tolerate” border violations

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday apprised India that it will not tolerate ceasefire violations at the Working Boundary and the Line of Control (LoC), ARY News reported.

According to details, officials of the Pakistan Rangers and Indian border security force (BSF) held a flag meeting today in Pora sector at the LoC.

During the meeting, Rangers officials took up the matter of ceasefire violations at the Working Boundary and the LoC and termed it a “violation of an agreement that was reached between director generals (DGs) of the Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) and Indian BSF, in September”.

Firing and shelling across the border have become a routine practice of Indian forces, which has resulted in the martyrdom of several Pakistani troops and citizens, livestock and property damages lie apart.

Earlier on Oct 25, unprovoked firing and shelling by Indian troops had critically wounded two Pakistani citizens, in the latest ceasefire violations from across the border.

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