Indian envoy summoned again over ceasefire violations

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Thursday again summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh over ceasefire violations, said a statement issued by the Foreign Office. Singh was also summoned on July 19th amid India’s aggression along the Line of Control (LOC). Director-General South Asia Mohammed ...

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