Selin ATAY-TDO- According to the authorities, at least 10 civilians and 5 security personnel were killed in cross-border clashes between India and Pakistan.
A statement by Pakistani officials said that 4 civilians and 1 soldier were killed by rocket and airstrikes by Indian troops on the Kashmir Line of Control (LoC). In a statement, the Pakistani army said they had responded to the attack by the Indian Army.
In a statement, the Indian Army said they had thwarted attempts by the Pakistani army to infiltrate northern Kashmir. But India stated that 6 civilians, 3 soldiers and 1 border guard were killed on their side.
Azad Cammu Kashmir Prime Minister Raca Muhammad Farouk Heydar Khan said in a statement about the conflict that at least 31 civilians were injured and several homes were also damaged as a result of attacks by the Indian Army.
According to 2020 records, more than 40 civilians have been killed in clashes between the Indian and Pakistani military.
Pakistan has issued a note of protest to a senior Indian diplomat it has summoned to Pakistan's foreign ministry on the grounds that the ceasefire has been violated at the line of control in Kashmir.
Pakistan's foreign ministry said in a statement that India had violated the ceasefire 2,779 times this year. Ministry said that 21 civilians were killed and 206 civilians were injured during these violations.
The conflict between Pakistan and India stems from the 2003 Ceasefire Agreement. The two countries blame each other for the “unprovoked violation” of the 2003 Ceasefire Agreement in Kashmir.