Pakistan summons Indian high commissioner


Pakistan on Friday summoned Indian high commissioner to protest the killing of it’s soldier in a second cross-border attack in Tatta Pani sector, Kashmir by Indian troops.
The attack is said to be the third incident across Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir and fourth death in five days.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Moazzam Ahmed Khan told that Pakistan had summoned Indian high commissioner to the foreign office and a meeting was in progress in this regard.

Pakistan blamed that the death was a result of unprovoked fire from Indian forces while Indian army spokesman maintained that Indian troops retaliated when Pakistan opened fire.
The funeral prayers of martyred Havaldar Ghulam Mohiuddin was offered in Jehlum Garrison after which the body was sent to Kot Hazoor Singhwala for burial.
Mohiuddin, 36, was serving in infantry, Baloch Regiment for last 18 years.


  1. There are lots of voices on killing of one Pakistani soldier on LOC, but a deafening silence over yesterday's carnage in Quetta and Swat. It seems one can kill hundreds-even thousands- of Pakistani in the name of Islam and no one take any notice.

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