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Human rights issue must be raised against Pak for ceasefire violations: BSF | India News

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SRINAGAR: Rajesh Mishra, Inspector General (IG) of BSF, Kashmir, said on Sunday that a lot of damage was inflicted on civilians, including damage to their property, due to recent violations of the ceasefire by Pakistan.
While condemning Islamabad’s actions, Mishra said the issue of human rights violations should be raised against the country.
“Much harm was inflicted on civilians, including damage to their property. The issue of human rights violations must be raised,” said the BSF IG, when asked if it has any message for the international community about the multiple violations. of the ceasefire committed by Pakistan on November 13. .
Earlier today, Kashmir Frontier, Border Security Force (BSF) paid its last respects to Deputy Inspector Rakesh Dobhal, who was killed in a violation of the ceasefire by Pakistan in Baramulla district on Friday.
“On November 13, Pakistan initiated an unprovoked violation of the ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC), deliberately using artillery, mortars and other weapons against civilian areas. Deputy Inspector Rakesh Dobhal immediately reacted to the call from duty to retaliate and effectively fired on the enemy thereby causing great damage to the enemy in the Naugam sector. While fighting valiantly, he was hit by enemy fire. He was immediately evacuated but unfortunately succumbed to his wounds on the way to the hospital. ” BSF said in a press release.

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