India violates ceasefire agreement, opens unprovoked fire along working boundary

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – India has violated the ceasefire agreement with Pakistan with Indian troops opening fire along the working boundary on Monday, Dunya News reported.

Pakistan has strongly protested the unprovoked fire and demanded that India abide by the new ceasefire agreement signed between both countries.

Pakistan summoned the Indian charge d’affaires to the Foreign Office on Monday and recorded its protest against the violation. A Foreign Office spokesman said the Indian army opened fire in the Charwa sector without provocation.

This is the first reported incident of ceasefire violation after both countries agreed to hold fire along the Line of Control and other sectors on February 25 earlier this year.