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LoC: DGMO speaks to Indian counterpart

- January 16, 2013 - Updated 910 PKT - From Web Edition

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army’s Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Maj Gen Ashfaq Nadeem called his Indian counterpart today to register Pakistan's protest over India’s violation along the Line of Control Wednesday, Geo News reported.

It may be mentioned that Indian troops again resorted to cease fire violation and carried out unprovoked firing last evening at Line of Control in Hot Spring and Jandrot sectors from 2200 to 2300 Hours. Resultantly Naik Ashraf embraced Shahadat at Kundi Post.


Naik Ashraf is survived by a wife and 3 daughters.


He was the fifth soldier reported killed in Kashmir in recent weeks but politicians on both sides have said the skirmishes should not derail a bilateral peace process.

Reader Comments
What happened about the head of Indian soldiers taken as trophy by Pak security personnel?

Mere registering the protest will not be sufficient; we need to deal with them more aggressively. Just see how Indian media and politicians created a hysteria on killing of two of their soldiers not withstanding the fact that it was their army which initiated all this.

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