Indian military used cluster ammunition alongside LoC in violation of worldwide legal guidelines: ISPR – Pakistan

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

The Indian military earlier this week used cluster ammunition to focus on the civilian inhabitants in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) throughout the Line of Management (LoC) in violation of the Geneva Conference and worldwide legislation, the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) stated on Saturday.

In line with the assertion, the Indian navy on the evening of July 30/July 31 focused harmless residents together with ladies and kids in Neelum Valley via artillery utilizing cluster ammunition. The assault left two civilians, together with a 4-year-old boy, lifeless and 11 others had been critically injured.

“That is [a] violation of Geneva Conference and worldwide humanitarian legislation,” the navy’s media wing stated, including that the usage of cluster ammunition is prohibited beneath the Conference on Cluster Ammunition due to its extreme affect on non-combatants.

“This blatant Indian aggression towards all worldwide norms exposes true character of Indian Military and their ethical standing,” the assertion stated.

It added that it was time for the worldwide group to take discover of “this Indian blatant violation of worldwide legal guidelines” on use of cluster ammunition for the aim of focusing on harmless residents.

picture supply



Instant News Team work hard to deliver the best news instant to our respected visitors for the verified sources

Leave a Replay

Sign up for our Newsletter

Get The Latest News #InstantLy

Powered by google ai!