ISLAMABAD -  The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday asked UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to take notice of Indian aggression along the Line of Control (LoC) as well as the Working Boundary (WB) and the atrocities being committed by its forces in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

"As leader of the second largest political party, the PTI, I wish to draw your attention to the ongoing Indian aggression against Pakistan along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary, as well as the use of violence and lethal weapons against unarmed civilians in Indian Occupied Kashmir," says a letter written by PTI chief Imran Khan.

Earlier, the PTI leadership at a meeting at the Bani Gala residence of Khan had decided to write the letter to UN chief.

The PTI chief has drawn the attention of the UN chief and the world body towards the face of a massive abuse of human rights in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

"Excellency you are aware that Kashmir is an issue on the Security Council agenda and the UN has observers UN MILITARY OBSERVER GROUP IN INDIA & PAKISTAN (UNMOGIP) for Kashmir. India's continuing refusal to allow the UNMOGIP on its side of the LoC and its persistent refusal to allow UN Human Rights Observers into Occupied Kashmir is a clear violation of the UN charter," the letter said.

In addition, India has continued to attack Pakistani civilians and its soldiers along the LoC and the WB, Khan said adding that these attacks have increased in intensity and in frequency. “Shamefully, India has also moved to deliberately targeting innocent Pakistani civilians including travellers in civilian buses.”

The PTI chief said that inexplicably the UN had not moved to stop the brazen Indian aggression. As a result, India has now defied all norms of international law, and as if states in a warlike situation, it has attacked an ambulance with clear markings. This increasing targeting of innocent civilians and ambulances is against all norms of international law including the laws of war, the letter said.

The letter reminded Ban Ki-moon that both Pakistan and India were nuclear weapon states and India's increasing military attacks against Pakistan presented a serious threat to regional peace and security.

Khan urged the UN chief to use his good offices and ask India to immediately stop its military attacks along the LoC and the WB and ask India to allow immediately UNMOGIP observers on the Indian side of the LoC.

Khan has asked the UN chief to call an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council under Chapter VII to act against the increasing threat to regional peace and the security of Pakistan.

"It is your duty as Secretary-General to ensure peace and security and enforcement of all norms of international law,” the letter says.