RAWALPINDI: Flag meeting between Pakistan and Indian armies will be held on Tuesday in the backdrop of tension as a result of cross border shelling at the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary.
Thirteen Pakistani civilians embraced martyrdom as a result of shelling and firing by the Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) at LoC and Working Boundary over the last few days.
Pakistan recorded its strong protest over the Indian violation of ceasefire accord, while Pakistan’s Foreign Office has also categorically denied firing across the border first.
The tension at LoC and Working Boundary came under review at the yesterday’s cabinet meeting.
Later, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar talking to the media announced that Pakistan would write a letter to the United Nations and its Military Observers Group (UNMOGIP) would also be invited to inspect the situation at LoC and Working boundary.