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Pakistan Army rejects Indian accusation of targeting civilians across LoC

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army has strongly rejected Indian claims of targeting civilian population across the Line of Control in Indian-occupied Kashmir. The accusation was made by Indian Director-General Military Operations Lt Gen AK Bhatt (DGMO) during special hotline contact on Thursday with Pakistan DGMO Major Gen. Sahir Shamshad Mirza, which was made on the request of the Indian Army. Indian DGMO accused Pakistan of deliberately targeted civilian villages and school children who were being evacuated from the area…

DGMO contacts Afghan counterpart, condemns firing on civilians

ISLAMABAD: Director General Military Opeartions (DGMO) Pakistan Army Major General Sahir Shamshad Mirza on Friday established contact through hotline with his Afghan counterpart and condemned unprovoked firing on Pakistani villagers and security forces which left 10 dead and 42 others injured. The DGMO told his counterpart that the villages are situated on both sides but Pakistan forces and civilians are on their own side of the border. The Afghan DGMO acknowledged that border is in between villages and not at the…

Pakistan warns India against targeting civilians on LoC

LAHORE: Pakistan has rejected baseless and unfounded Indian allegations of  mutilation of Indian Army Soldier’s bodies  by Pakistan troops. According to ISPR, DG Military Operations Pakistan Army said this while routine weekly Hotline Contact with his Indian counterpart on Tuesday. He reiterated that neither ceasefire violations occurred in the Sector nor crossing of LoC by Pakistanis troops has taken place. The DGMO stated that Pakistan Army is a professional military outfit and upholds the highest standards of…

‘We reserve the right to respond,’ Pakistan DGMO warns Indian counterpart

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army Director General Military Operation (DGMO) called on his Indian counterpart on hotline and gave a stern warning over aggression across the Line of Control.   “We reserve the right to respond at the time and place of our choosing,” he said according to a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The Pakistan Army DGMO also condemned the firing by Indian forces at a bus in Neelum Valley which killed nine civilians. Three Pakistani soldiers were also martyred by unprovoked firing…

Terrorists fleeing North Waziristan, says DGMO Amir Riaz

ISLAMABAD: The Director General Military Operations (DGMO), Major General Amir Riaz said on Saturday that terrorists in North Waziristan are trying to flee away due to the operation Zarb-e-Azb, while the forces have completely destroyed their command and control system, ARY News reported.

Pak-India DGMOs meet suggested on December 24

RAWALPINDI: Director General Military Operations (DGMO), Major General Amir Riaz has formally invited his Indian counterpart to hold a meeting and suggested a date of December 24 in this regard - ARY News reports. The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Spokesperson while confirming the information, told that the DGMO Maj. Gen. Amir Riaz has proposed a date of December 14 for the meeting with his Indian counterpart. Sources told that during the meet, Pak-India border issues including the violations of the ceasefire…