Pak requests flag meeting; India registers objections

BSF sent the message that such provocative acts are unacceptable

Pak requests flag meeting; India registers objections

After continuing ceasefire violations from Pakistani side, a Sector Commander-level flag meeting was held between the Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers on the International Border (IB) in Suchetgarh area on Thursday.

It is said that the meeting was held on the request of the Pakistan Rangers.

The BSF on its part objected to snipping of two of its soldiers on January 3 and January 7.

The Indian forces also raised the issue of unprovoked firing and shelling from the other side of the border that targeted a number of Indian villages, innocent civilians and their properties.

Conveying strong protest, the BSF sent the message that such provocative acts are unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

The BSF delegation comprised of five officers and was led by P S Dhiman, DIG BSF Jammu Sector.

While, Brigadier Amjad Hussain, Sector Commander Chenab Rangers, Sialkot Punjab, Pakistan led the Pakistan delegation comprising of 10 officers including Wing Commanders.

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