ISLAMABAD – Foreign office on Friday said that unprovoked firing by Indian Border Forces (IBS) on working boundary by Indian is against the understanding taken placed in Ufa on the side lines of Shanghai Summit.
At weekly news briefing in Islamabad, Foreign office spokesperson said that unprovoked ceasefire violation will impact the upcoming talks between Pakistan and India.
He told that Pakistan will stand on decisions announced at the Shanghai Cooperation Summit in Ufa.
On Thursday, Indian Border Forces (IBS) personnel again opened the unprovoked firing and killed four Pakistan civilians near Sialkot Chaprar sector across the working boundary.
According to Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR), four persons were killed and five injured during unprovoked firing from Indian army. Women was also killed during this incident.
Deceased persons identified as Muhammad Boota, Rahat and Ghulam Mustafa. Zarina bibi was killed in Rawalakot.