LAHORE: Consolidating the facts, it can be seen that India, irrespective of the political party in power, resorts to unprovoked firing along the Working Boundary and Line of Control every time United Nations General Assembly session is to be convened.

Statistics show that India violates ceasefire agreement with Pakistan ahead of a session of the General Assembly of United Nations.

In 2014, Indian troops opened unprovoked fire along the LoC at least 315 times which claimed around 18 innocent lives and left at least 74 wounded.

Ceasefire agreement was violated 248 times in 2015 which claimed lives of 39 civilians and injured over 150. It is safe to say in the light of the facts that the violations are ramped-up in July-September period.

Starting in mid-July till the end of September alone, unprovoked fire was opened 72 times by aggressive Indian forces in 2014. In the said specific period of the year 2015, border forces of India disrespected the understanding between the two neighbours at least 89 times.

In the ongoing year, 44 violations have been recorded on India’s party until today out of which 21 were committed in July to September 19.

On the whole, analysts are of the viewpoint that India does not take it well when Pakistan raises Kashmir dispute on any international platform.

Like stance of different analysts was proved right yet again when Indian Union Home Minister and premier held Pakistan responsible for attack on Brigade Headquarters in Uri Town of Baramulla yesterday after Nawaz Sharif reached New York to raise Kashmir issue in General Assembly address.