Pakistan DGMO calls Indian counterpart over alleged firing across LoC

Pakistan's DGMO on Sunday called his Indian counterpart and protested over alleged firing across the Line of Control.

PTI August 14, 2016 21:09:54 IST
Pakistan DGMO calls Indian counterpart over alleged firing across LoC

Islamabad: Pakistan's DGMO on Sunday called his Indian counterpart and protested over alleged firing across the Line of Control.

Pakistan DGMO calls Indian counterpart over alleged firing across LoC

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The Pakistan army said that the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) called his Indian counterpart in the afternoon after the Indian army resorted to "unprovoked firing" after midnight in Nezapir sector. The firing continued till the morning.

The army claimed that India targeted the civilian population and military posts. There was no report of any casualty.

The alleged firing incident coincided with Pakistan celebrating its 70th Independence Day.

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