Following India’s and Pakistan’s surprise announcement of reverting to the ceasefire situation of 2003, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said that creating an “enabling environment” to advance in bilateral relations with India. it depends on. On the second anniversary of Balakot Airstrike, Imrana Khan tweeted that India should take steps to fulfill the rights of the Kashmiri people.
Imran Khan further said that Pakistan is ready to move forward to resolve “all other remaining issues through dialogue”. Khan tweeted, “I welcome the resumption of the ceasefire along the Line of Control. The basis for creating an enabling environment for further progress lies with India.”
“India should take necessary steps to fulfill the long-standing demand and authority of the Kashmiri people to ensure self-sufficiency of UNSC proposals,” he said.
It is known that the agreement to re-implement the ceasefire on the LoC came into force on the midnight of 24 February, just two hours after the DGMO agreed to bring down the level of violence on the LoC.
Sources in the Ministry of Defense say that both India and Pakistan want to give another chance for peace. The year 2020 has been particularly bad as a ceasefire. A ceasefire violation occurred 4,645 times last year, compared to 1,629 in 2018 and 3,168 in 2019, a new record. In the first 2 months of 2021 alone, there have been 591 ceasefire violations. All this has increased in 2019 after the Pulwama attack and repeal of Section 370.
A joint statement issued by the armies of the two countries stated, “We have reviewed the situation with the Line of Control and all other areas in an independent, clear and amicable environment. Both sides have agreed to all agreements on the Line of Control, Agreed to strictly follow the understanding and truce and this has been implemented from midnight of 24/25 February 2021. “
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