Indian government has moved anti-tank missiles to the front trenches along the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday despite claims of favouring regional peace and table talks with Pakistan over outstanding issues.
Reportedly, Indian forces have taken hold of anti-tank missiles at the front trenches after artillery was moved forward by Narendra Modi-led government.India has been resorting to violation of ceasefire treaty signed with Pakistan in 2003 ever since the pact. In 2013-14, Indian forces opened unprovoked fire 536 times at the LoC, 382 times in 2016 and as many as 1881 times in 2017.
Dozens of locals residing in towns and villages near LoC embraced martyrdom and were wounded in the cross-border firing.
Pakistan has raised dispute with India over occupied territory of Kashmir on international platforms including the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) for resolution in accordance with the wishes of the victimised people.
Indian forces exercise unnanounced curfews and use of pellet guns against unarmed locals leaving thousands injured and dozens blind so far.
Pakistan has demanded the international bodies to pressure India to implement resolutions of the UN.
SOURCE : NEWSTV.PK