The United Nations has launched an investigation into the Indian attack on a military observer mission and a vehicle.
According to the details, the United Nations has started an investigation into the Indian attack on the military observer mission personnel and the vehicle on the LOC.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s spokesman Stephen Dojerick confirmed that an unknown object had collided with a UN vehicle.
He said the UN Military Observer Mission was investigating all aspects of the case, but could not comment further.
It may be recalled that the Indian occupying forces had attacked the vehicle of the UN personnel on December 18. The UN military observer mission was carrying out its routine work near Rawalpindi.
The UN observer mission was on its way to Polas village to record interviews with victims of India’s unprovoked firing and shelling. The Pakistani military protected UN military observers and took them to Rawalpindi.
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