New York, April 7: The United Nation on Thursday ones again pitched India and Pakistan to find out a peaceful solution to their issues through engagement and dialogue. The United Nation further added that its observer group is already strictly investigating the ceasefire violations in the PoK.
The United Nation said, "The UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) is investigating alleged ceasefire violations on the Pakistan-administered side of the Line of Control.” Associate Spokesperson for the Secretary-General, Eri Kaneko said, “And as we've said before, we continue to underline the need for the parties to find a peaceful solution through engagement and dialogue."
Notably, Kaneko was responding to media at the daily press briefing about Pakistani troops violating the ceasefire by shelling mortar bombs on forward posts along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir yesterday. He added that the violations were being investigated by UNMOGIP.
Earlier this week, UN Secretary General's spokesman Stephane Dujarric had told reporters that the UN had seen reports of the alleged ceasefire violations in the PoK side of the Line of Control at Domel, Kotli and Bhimber.
Interestingly, United Nations earlier also requested both India and Pakistan to find a peaceful solution through dialogue. However, India confronted Pakistan to stop terrorism activities and ceasefire violations to have a peaceful bilateral talk. Meanwhile, America’s Trump administration also pitched for mediation between India and Pakistan to resolve Kashmir issue but India rejected by saying all part of Kashmir including PoK is an integral part of India.