Observers from UN escape ‘targeted’ Indian attack

• Ceasefire violation leaves vehicle damaged
• In remarks made in UAE, FM says Delhi intends to carry out a surgical strike on Pakistan

MUZAFFARABAD: In yet another brazen act of ceasefire violation, Indian army on Friday morning “deliberately” fired upon a United Nations (UN) vehicle carrying two military observers on a routine monitoring mission along the restive Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), officials said.

Fortunately, they added, no member of the observers group was hurt but the white vehicle hoisting the blue UN flag was damaged in the ‘targeted’ attack.

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