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DGMO of India and Pakistan held talks on hotline. The issue of ceasefire violation also arose on the Line of Control. – symbolic image
After a long time, the exercise to improve relations between India and Pakistan has started once again. On Wednesday, the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of the two countries met. It was decided that from the night of 24-45 February today, all those old agreements which have been signed between the two countries from time to time will be implemented.
During the talks on the hotline, several agreements including ceasefire violations, ceasefire, Kashmir issue were discussed. The two countries also reviewed the situation on the Line of Control (LoC).
3 important points agreed in the conversation
1. A hotline contact mechanism will be developed with the help of which the two countries can hold talks from time to time.
2. Cease fire violations, firing, infiltration and other issues will be resolved through negotiations.
3. The regular flag meeting will resume. Through this, misunderstandings between the two countries will be removed.
Agreement was signed in 2003 regarding ceasefire
In November 2003, the governments of India and Pakistan signed a ceasefire agreement on the LOC. According to which the armies of the two countries will not fire at each other. For three years, till 2006, this ceasefire was considered from both sides. But, since then, Pakistan has consistently violated ceasefire. In the guise of which not only attempts were made to infiltrate the terrorist launchpads made close to the LOC, but the Pakistani army also helped in the infiltration.
Record ceasefire violation in 2020
Pakistan broke all the records of the last 17 years in 2020 in terms of breaking the ceasefire. This year more than 4100 ceasefire has been broken by Pakistan. The ceasefire was violated 128 times in November, while 394 times in October. Ceasefire violations occurred 3233 times in 2019. The ceasefire was broken 405 times in 2015 and 583 times in 2014 before that.