Indians attack Pakistan Embassy in New Delhi


NEW DEHLI: Responding on Pakistan’s claim of having biggest number of violations on Line of Control, some Indian protestors tried to break into Pakistan Embassy in the Indian capital.

According to local media, protestors tried to get into the Embassy’s boundaries.

Pakistan’s Foreign Office Islamabad expressed concerns over the recent attack on Pakistan’s High Commission in New Delhi by protestors belonging to ruling party of India.

Pakistani FO said that formal statement explaining our stance will be issued after completion of investigation of the incident.

It is pertinent to note, Indian Defence Minister A. K. Antony has refused the involvement of Pakistan Army in Line of Control (LoC) violation as the attack were carried out by terrorists while some of them were wearing uniform of Pakistan’s Army.

On the other hand, Indian External (Foreign) Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said that India has sought explanation over violation of LOC and the the explanation from Pakistan would be presented before the parliament.

‘Whether Pakistan Army or terrorists in uniform, the responsibility for the attack is Pakistan’s’, the external affairs minister said.

Pakistan’s local media quoted military sources that Indian Army violated Line of Control 28 times during last month while 186 times during last year.

Moreover,Pakistan, India DGMOs contacted on hotline today following accusations on Pakistan Army for involvement in killing of five Indian sodiers on Line of Control in an attack on military checkpost in Indian Kashmir.

Pakistan also lodged a strong protest against unprovoked firing by Indian troops at Pando Sector on LoC near Muzaffarbaad resulted wounding of two Pakistani soldiers seriously on Tuesday’s afternoon.

Pakistan’s DGMO Major General Ashfaq Nadeem said allegations for attacking Indian check post in Poonch sector is utterly baseless as no such occurred on Line of Control (LoC), sources said.

The Pakistani military official added that we are abide by the ceasefire agreement between two countries.

LoC tension increased just after preparation for resuming of peace talks between India and Pakistan as Prime Ministers of both countries expecting to meet.

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