UN observers visit Sialkot working boundary

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  1. Blackwater

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    THEY CAME, THEY SAW,THEY SAID R.A.N.D.I BAKWAS KARTI HA:):):):laugh::laugh::laugh:



    ISLAMABAD: On Pakistan Army's request a team of United Nations Military Observers Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) has started a fact finding mission regarding unprovoked Indian firing on civilian population inside Pakistani territory near the working boundary, according to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

    The ISPR statement said that UNMOGIP military officers visited the most affected villages today on working boundary near Sialkot due to Indian unprovoked shelling /firing.

    Read: Army asks UNMOGIP to investigate Indian truce violations

    UNMOGIP officers based in Rawalpindi flew by helicopter into the affected area.

    "The UNMOGIP observers visited Saleh Pur, Chaprar and Malane in Chaprar Sector near working boundary", ISPR statement confirmed.

    UNMOGIP officers met with wounded civilians and witnessed the damage caused to civilian structures in the area. Civilians of the area also narrated first hand accounts of the incidents, according to the ISPR statement.

    Also read: FO summons Indian diplomat, lodges protest

    Pakistan fully utilises the office of UNMOGIP which is in place on both sides along the Line of Control and working boundary to investigate such incidents or violations by either side as per UN resolution.

    UNMOGIP observers are also offered full access in Pakistan to investigate and bring the facts in front of the world.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1195295/un-observers-visit-sialkot-working-boundary
     
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  3. ezsasa

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    Now the whole Drone drama makes a lot of sense...
     
  4. sukhish

    sukhish Senior Member Senior Member

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    all the firing is to invite UN so that it is always a disputed issue. that's it
     
  5. fyodor

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    India should keep up the ante and increase the frequency and even the force of firing. In the meanwhile keep on talking about how India wants peaceful relations and blah blah.... We should adopt a dual strategy and we are doing so.
     
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    We have already asked the UNMOGIP to wind up and get out of India. We no longer have the patience or the need to host them.
     

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