Pakistan in its report on Tuesday stated that India chose a UN Military Observer Group (MOG) vehicle in India escorted by Pakistani army men as its military target.
The attack, the report said, was in “clear violation of ceasefire agreement’ and that Pakistan army responded ‘effectively to silence the Indian Firing’.
Briefing the matter at a press conference, the UN Secretary stated the allegation to be ‘Not True”.
“I can say to you that this afternoon in Bhimber District … UNMOGIP military observers accompanied by Pakistani army escorts heard gunshots in their vicinity. There is no evidence that the UNMOGIP military observers were targeted by the gunfire. No UN military observer was injured,” said Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for the UN Secretary-General.
Pakistan has been disgruntled ever since Indian army carried out massive attacks, using anti-tank guided missile and rocket launchers, on its posts causing considerable damage.
The Indian army in an unprecedented move had also released videos showing the heavy-weight operation.
Pakistan however denied suffering damage or casualties and came out with a video – termed ‘fake- by Indian army – showing fire send forth from Pakistani side to India.
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