Web Desk — Foreign Ministry on Saturday accused India of resorting to “unprovoked” firing in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, wounding two villagers.
Ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria early Saturday condemned what he called “deliberate targeting of civilians” by India.
Indian troops resort to unprovoked firing along LoC in Nezapir sector; two civilians injured: ISPR
— Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan) June 2, 2017
He says the latest violation of the ceasefire agreement by India took place Friday. Army says it returned fire after coming under attack in Kashmir’s Nazapir border village.
Nazapir is the same area where Indian forces in 2015 used heavy weapons as people celebrated the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, triggering skirmishes in which several Pakistanis were killed or wounded.