New Delhi: Pakistan claimed India had beheaded its 12 soldiers in the past 14 years and registered a protest with the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) following the recent border skirmishes.
The accusations are contained in a series of classified documents presented to the UN watchdog which monitors the disputed Kashmir border, AFP reported, citing The Hindu newspaper.
The report follows a series of killings of soldiers on both sides earlier this month along the Line of Control (LoC).
In its complaint before the UNMOGIP, Pakistan is reported to have accused India of beheading 12 soldiers and killing 29 civilians since 1998.
The newspaper quoted an unnamed senior Pakistani army officer stating that they have “sought to downplay these incidents…Each of these incidents has been protested by us on both military and UNMOGIP channels”.
The UNMOGIP was set up to monitor ceasefire violations by India and Pakistan but the watchdog does not conduct criminal investigations.