RAWALPINDI (Dunya News) – Director General Military Operations (DGMOs) of Pakistan and India established a hotline contact after the Indian forces targeted a military vehicle of Pak Army in Neelum Valley killing four soldiers yesterday.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Pakistan DGMO Major General Sahir Shamshad Mirza expressed severe protest with his Indian counterpart General AK Bhatt over the yesterday’s attack on Pak Army vehicle which eventually fell in the Neelum River and martyred four Jawans with one in critical condition.
He warned him of harsh consequences if such actions are repeated. Maj. Gen Mirza said the Indian forces carried out the attack on purpose. “Such incidents of aggression can pose a threat to the regional security and peace,” he stated.
Pakistan doesn’t want to go to the limit where both countries block supply lines, the Indian counterpart was told. “We will respond befittingly against such violations if not halted,” Maj. Gen. Mirza made it clear. Both senior officials discussed the ongoing border situation and LoC ceasefire violations.
"Pakistan Army reserves the right to respond any Indian aggression," he stressed according to the sources. Indian forces have violated the LoC ceasefire at least 542 times in 2017 which martyred eighteen civilians.