RAWALPINDI: Director generals of military operations of Pakistan and India have a contact on hotline on Monday, ISPR said.
The ISPR said that Pakistani DGMO raised the issue of Indian firing at Pakistan army vehicle in Azad Kashmir and lodged strong protest over the incident. ISPR said that the Pakistan army vehicle was intentionally targeted in Naleem valley. The ISPR said that four soldiers had lost their lives in the incident.
According to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) press release, DGMO Maj Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza “emphasised the importance of controlling tactical actions of under-command troops, since these indiscretions can potentially spiral [into] major standoffs.”
He added that: “Such acts have the potential to escalate, which then will be extremely detrimental to peace and stability.”
“While we don’t want to go down the path where we start choking each other’s supply lines; however, any such recurrence will invoke more strong and effective measures from Pakistan’s side,” Pakistan’s DGMO warned.

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