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Pakistan said India's protest because of a violation of the ceasefire

Pakistan Wednesday summoned a senior Indian diplomat and told him "strong protest" regarding the violations of the ceasefire on 9 June, said in a statement the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the country.

As noted in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Pakistan, on the eve of the four civilians were injured due to indiscriminate and unprovoked firing of India Jandrot sector near the line of control that replaces the border between the two countries.

"These flagrant violations of international law reflect a consistent Indian efforts to aggravate the situation along the line of control and pose a threat to peace and security in the region", - said in a statement.

Just this year, India 1296 violations of the cease-fire, which killed seven people and wounded 98 civilians, said the foreign Minister of Pakistan.

"The Indian side was also urged that the military observer group United Nations India and Pakistan played its mandated role in accordance with the resolutions of the UN Security Council," - said in a statement.

Relations between India and Pakistan escalated after August 5, 2019 new Delhi announced the decision to abolish the state of Jammu and Kashmir, creating on its basis two Union territories (administrative units that have less rights than state): Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. For this, the Indian Parliament abolished article 370 of the Constitution, which gives the state special status. Pakistan, which claims the Indian part of Kashmir, strongly condemned the decision.