Pak PM threatens India, says 'If firing doesn't stop on the border then...'
Pak PM threatens India, says 'If firing doesn't stop on the border then...'

Islamabad: Pak has demanded from all the countries of the world to intervene in the matter of Kashmir. While now Pakistan has again requested the UN to intervene in this matter, this time for this Pakistan has argued that India keeps firing on the Line of Control which is causing civilian casualties while the truth is quite the opposite.

According to information received from sources, firing is done along the Line of Control on the day of coming from Pakistan, in which innocent civilians living on the border are dying. While it has been noticed that India has given many proofs of this, even after that, Pakistan is not curbing it. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan tweeted on Sunday, January 19, 2020, that Pakistan cannot see civilians being targeted by the firing on the Line of Control of India (LoC).

For your information let us tell you that he said on social media Twitter that I want to clarify to India and the international community that if India continues its military attacks killing civilians across the LoC, then Pakistan along the Line of Control It would be difficult to remain a passive observer. He reiterated that the United Nations (UN) needs to intervene in the situation in occupied Kashmir. At the same time, he said that Indian troops are targeting and killing civilians with increasing intensity across the LoC. UNSC [United Nations Security Council] is urgently required to allow India to UNMOGIP [United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan]. The forces who are stationed there return them from there [LOC occupied Kashmir]. 

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