Look who is talking! Sartaj Aziz blames India for ceasefire violations

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New Delhi, Oct 8: As usual, Pakistan has again put blame on India for present volatile situation at line of control. Though it is not surprising at all for India who till now has become use to of such banal statements from Pakistani leaders.

See how shrewdly and impertinently, Pakistan's National Security and Foreign Affairs Advisor, Sartaj Aziz has blamed India for current skirmish.
As quoted by ANI Aziz said, "For seven days now, the Indian security forces have been firing and shelling across the Line of Control and Working Boundary. The Indian forces carried on the fire and put four innocent lives to death."

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Earlier, India leaders threatened Pakistan in unison. Even BSF has given free hand to reply in the same coin.When asked about volatile situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag said that India is giving an appropriate response to Pakistani troops for their insolent behavior.

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Yesterday both Defence, Home Minister had warned Pakistan to restrain. In one of the worst ceasefire violations, five villagers were killed in Arnia sector on Monday. Heavy mortar shelling and firing continued on Tuesday also and trouble spreaded to Rajouri and Poonch districts. According to reports,  Pakistani troops have targeted 50 security outposts. According to India TV report, 6 including a BSF jawan injured in fresh firing and mortar shelling in Jammu, Samba and Kutwa districts along International Border.

The Army sources said that Officials of the Directorate General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of the two countries talked to lessen the tension but it proved futile. Both are accusing each other for the situation. The ceasefire had come into force in November 2003 as a major CBM between the two countries. In recent times more than 100 such violations have taken place.

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