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Pakistan hands dossier to UNMOGIP regarding Indian ceasefire violations

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has handed over a dossier regarding the ceasefire violations by India to United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP).

According to Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria, the detailed dossier was given to Representative of UNMOGIP at GHQ Rawalpindi on Sunday in view of martyrdom of four children by the Indian forces in Khuiratta Sector on Line of Control yesterday.

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Pakistan has asked UNMOGIP to investigate the incident on the basis of the provided evidence.

Four children including a brother and sister were killed three others were injured on Saturday when Indian forces opened fire and shelling on civilian populations along the Line of Control.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations, Indian forces violated ceasefire agreements in three different sectors and opened unprovoked firing and and used mortar shells and artillery.

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Three minor girls aged five, seven and eleven, and a 16-year-old boy named Shahzad were killed when Indian forces fired at their village Kori in Charhoi sector, district Kotli along the LoC.



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