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PAKISTAN Takes india To Its Knees As indian dgmo Pledges To Abide 2003 Ceasefire Agreement During Conversation With PAKISTAN DGMO Lt General Nauman Zakaria:

PAKISTAN Takes its india to its knee as the indian director general military operation (dgmo) pledged to abide 2003 ceasefire violations in its true sense during a conversation with the PAKISTAN ARMY Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Lieutenant General Nauman Zakaria, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said in an official statement on the official Twitter Account.

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According to the details released by the PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the indian army director general military operations (DGMO) contacted the PAKISTAN ARMY Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Lieutenant General Nauman Zakaria over a hotline and pledged to abide all the clauses of 2003 ceasefire violations.

“Hotline contact was made between PAKISTAN and indian DGMOs today. Both DGMOs felicitated each other on Independence Day,” DG ISPR said.

“Expressing general satisfaction over the situation along the LOC and WB since their communication on 29 May 2018 for reinvigorating ceasefire agreement,” DG ISPR added in the statement.


During the call, PAKISTAN DGMO Lieutenant General Nauman Zakari expressed concern the unusual deployment of heavy weapons and forces along the line of control and cautioned indian dgmo that any misadventure by the coward indian security forces will be replied befittingly in the same coin and manner. Upon which indian dgmo assured that indian security forces will not resort to any violations on the LoC.

“DGMO PAKISTAN also expressed concern over unusual movements of weapons and forces along LOC and cautioned indian DGMO over any provocation which had the potential to vitiate the environment along LOC. Indian DGMO assured that no such move had taken place,” DG ISPR added.

PAKISTAN DGMO Lieutenant General Nauman Zakaria strongly rejected the baseless, pointless and groundless allegations of indian dgmo regarding the terrorism along the Line of Control (LOC).

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“indian allegation of infiltration and abetment of terrorism along the LOC were strongly rejected and Indian DGMO was informed that effective measures are in place and no such presence or movement has been observed by PAKISTANI FORCES. However, if any actionable intelligence is available, the same may be shared for investigation,” DG ISPR added in the statement.

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On the occasion, the Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Lt. General Nauman Zakaria expressed strong resolve and commitment to peace, however, he warned indian dgmo that if indian security forces resorts to aggressive actions, then all such aggressive actions would be responded in the same coin in a befitting manner.

“DGMO PAKISTAN expressed commitment to peace, however, indicated that if such aggressive actions continue same will be effectively responded which will have detrimental effects on peace and tranquility along the LOC,” DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said.

On the occasion, PAK ARMY DGMO Lt. General Nauman Zakaria raised concern over the deliberate ceasefire violations by the coward indian security forces against the unarmed and Brave Kashmiri Citizens along the Line of Control by assault and sniper firing.

“DGMO PAKISTAN raised concern over indian violations and deliberately targeting innocent civilians which has resulted into 4 Shahadats and 32 injuries including sniping of 8 individuals since 29 May 2018 especially in broad daylight on 15-16 Aug 2018 in Leepa sector. It was conveyed that such actions are extremely detrimental for peace along LOC,” DG ISPR further added.

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