LAHORE: Director General Rangers Punjab, Tahir Javaid Khan has said that now there will be no talks with India on the lower level after the unprovoked firing by the Indian security forces on the working boundary.
Tahir Javaid Khan said that the coming dialogues will be conducted on the DGMOs or the DGs level, saying that fitting retaliation is being given to the Indian aggression.
It is pertinent to mention here that Indian forces have been firing in the Shakargarh sector in the Pakistani jurisdiction for several days and on Wednesday the Indian army called Pakistani jawans for the flag meeting and opened fire on them as a result the two Pakistani jawans were martyred.Pakistan severely protested on this aggression of Indian forces.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed his advisor on foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz that the matter of Indian firing should be raised on the international level.
DG Rangers Punjab, Tahir Javaid Khan said that Pakistan has been trying to have dialogues with India since September but no response has so far been received from Indian side.
DG Rangers told that India fired 48668 rounds of light machine gun and 37285 mortal shells at the working boundary in 2014 and 11 Pakistani were martyred on the border in this firing.