Indo-Pak to restore peace

With the escalating relations between India and Pakistan on borders, United Nation concerned and appealed both the nations to restore peace and stability on borders.
Tension between India and Pakistan has increased after the attack on an Indian Army base in Uri on September 18 and the resultant “surgical strike” on terrorist launchpads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by the Army 10 days later. To take avenge from India, Pakistan violated ceasefire almost daily in Jammu and Kashmir borders and compelled the border residents to move on safer zones. Since then, cross-border firings have increased killing soldiers and civilians on both sides.
This week, 12 people, including three Pakistani soldiers, were killed in alleged Indian cross-border firings. The Indian response came after the Indian Army warned of “heavy retribution” following the killing of three of its soldiers, with the body of one of them mutilated in a cross-LoC attack. Pakistan has denied as “false” and “baseless” its troops were responsible for the mutilation and deaths of Indian soldiers. Sensing trouble between both the nations, United Nation Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has called India and Pakistan to restore stability in their respective regions. With the involvement of UN, this shows now world can understand that India will not spare its enemy anymore and if Pakistan will conduct any attack on Indian land then Indian army will be able to provide them befitting reply.
Indian government already directed its army to reply enemies with open hands. The world body supports “all efforts” to reach “durable” peace and security among India and Pakistan. However, the Secretary-General is deeply concerned about the deterioration of the situation along the Line of Control in J&K in recent days. UN calls on all involved to prioritise the restoration of calm and stability in order to prevent any further escalation and loss of life, adding that Ban “trusts India and Pakistan can find common ground and work towards sustainable peace. Now world can understand that India alone can fight against terrorism and will not spare those who are behind spreading terrorism in India.
The UN stands by the people of the region and supports all efforts to reach durable peace and security.

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