Pakistan asks UN to probe Indian attack on observers

• PM warns of befitting response to any misadventure
• FO summons Indian diplomat over another casualty along LoC

ISLAMABAD: With yet another Kashmiri woman falling victim to unrelenting ceasefire violations by Indian troops only a day after they targeted a vehicle of the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan has taken up the reprehensible attack on the UNMOGIP with the UN, urging it to initiate a transparent investigation into the incident.

As the situation along the LoC continued to deteriorate, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN in a letter addressed to the UN Secretary General (UNSG) and the president of the UN Security Council requested them to forcefully condemn the attack on UNMOGIP members and ask India to respect 2003 ceasefire understanding, while Prime Minister Imran Khan warned the world community that in case of any false-flag operation, India would be given a befitting response at all levels of the threat.

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