Pakistan has lodged a formal protest against India’s cease-fire violations

Pakistan on Wednesday lodged a formal protest with the United Nations Military Observer Mission between India and Pakistan over recent unjustifiable violations of the ceasefire and targeting civilians by Indian troops along the Line of Control between the two countries.

The Pakistani General Geo Channel said in its statement in English that the General Command of the Pakistani armed forces brought the personnel of the International Monitoring Mission to the headquarters of the command, informing them of their protest over violations by the Indian forces of the cease-fire and targeting civilians during the tenth, thirteenth and sixteenth of May.

The General Command of the Pakistani forces also told the International Observer Mission (IOM) personnel that the cease-fire violations by the Indian forces resulted in the death of one civilian and the wounding of 15 others, including women and children

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