UN investigating incident of UNMO vehicle damage along LoC, vehicle hit by any object
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The United Nations Statement on India:

The United Nations on Friday stated that a vehicle of the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) was harmed. After it hit by an “unidentified article” close to Rawalakot on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control (LoC) [1].

“The Mission is at present examining the occurrence,” agent representative to the secretary-general, Farhan Haq. He said because of an inquiry from APP at the customary instructions in New York. He said by subtleties present with him, nobody harmed in the occurrence except for the UNMOGIP vehicle continued harm[1].

India rejects Pakistan's allegations about targeting of UN vehicle
India rejects Pakistan’s allegations about targeting of UN vehicle

The reaction of An Indian Columnist:

Reacting to an Indian columnist’s inquiry on whether the UN knew about the Indian government’s dismissal of reports from Pakistan. Haq stated, “We know about what the two sides have been stating. [1]”

“At this stage, we’re essentially mindful that a vehicle hit by an unidentified item. Similar to I said nobody hurt and we are examining the occurrence.”

UNMOGIP Military:

He said the incident happened when the UNMOGIP military observed leading routine checking exercises. Close to Rawalakot as a feature of the Mission’s command to notice and give an account of truce infringement at the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir[1].

Foreign Office at Islamabad meeting:

In Islamabad, the Foreign Office said Indian soldiers “explicitly focused on”. The UN vehicle conveying two UNMOGIP officials in what named an “amazing failure” in Indian direct. The UNMOGIP officials headed to Polas town to meet with the casualties of Indian truce infringement when they experienced harsh criticism, the Foreign Office said[1].

FM Qureshi urges UN to 'step in to defuse tensions' between Pakistan and India
FM Qureshi urges UN to ‘step in to defuse tensions’ between Pakistan and India

The officials were quickly cleared by the Pakistan Army and took back to the UNMOGIP field station in Rawalakot, as indicated by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) [1].

Images Taken from Media of the UN Vehicle:

Offering photos of the UN vehicle to projectile openings, the military’s media wing said the assault “conscious” since “. The UN vehicles are obviously unmistakable even from significant distances. Because of their particular make and type and plainly noticeable markings. [1]”

“Such illicit and unlawful acts against all settled global standards. Mean mal-purpose of Indian Army to target not just blameless regular folks dwelling. Along the Line of Control however UN Peace Keepers too,” it said. “This demonstration just goes to show the Indian Army’s finished negligence to standards revered in the UN Charter. It is undoubtedly a new low for the Indian Army. [1]”

ISPR’s Solidarity:

The ISPR said the Pakistan Army remained in unity with UNMOGIP authorities and valued the “sacrificial administrations delivered by all individuals from UNMOGIP in the release of their UN-ordered responsibilities”[1].

UN confirms vehicle on routine patrol damaged near Rawalakot, says after investigation
UN confirms vehicle on routine patrol damaged near Rawalakot, says after investigation

Conclusion:

The conclusion is that the UN vehicle aimed from Indian army weapons. India wanted to make Pakistan filthy in front of the World. The UN will self-check the matter and will make a decision on what to do next.

Reference:

1.            19th December 2020; Available from: Dawn.


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