Pakistan Army contacts India over safety of census workers near LoC
Pakistan army said that it has contacted Indian army officials to inform them about the movement of census workers near the Line of Control (LoC).
Islamabad: Pakistan army on Tuesday said that it has contacted Indian army officials to inform them about the movement of census workers near the Line of Control (LoC).
The second phase of countrywide census started on 25 April and would continue for a month.
During this phase, the population in districts near LoC in Kashmir is also being enumerated.
In a statement, the Pakistan army said that the Indian army has been approached to inform about the movement of civil and military enumerators to civil populated areas lying close to LoC.
"The step is aimed at ensuring safety and security of civil and military personnel in wake of unprovoked targeting and persistent ceasefire violations by the Indian Army," it said.
The first phase of census started on 15 March and was completed on 15 April. More than 118,000 civilian enumerators accompanied by 175,000 army personnel are undertaking the exercise to record the number of houses and total population.
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