ISLAMABAD – The proofs of Indian aggression has been surfaced before world as the foreign ambassadors shared pictures of their visit to Line of Control (LoC) at social media. In a post on social media micro-blogging website Twitter, Azerbaijan Ambassador to Pakistan Ali Alizada has shared pictures of his visit to LoC along with other diplomats. The ambassador uploaded the tour photos and wrote, “The most suffering in the LoCs is the civilians, either it is in Kashmir, Karabakh or in other conflict places.” “Being faced Armenian Aggression 30 years, we know consequences well and hope that all these conflicts will be solved by amicable way. Wishes of patience and safe life to all of them,” he added. The Azarbaijani ambassador further thanked Pakistan Army and Foreign Ministry for arranging the visit for the diplomatic community. Ali Alizada further told that the photos were taken by permission and also allowed for media. “We always follow rules and it is essential,” he added. Earlier a day, ambassadors and defence attaches of 24 countries visited the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday to review India’s ceasefire violations. On the occasion, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar briefed the dignitaries over the atrocities being committed by India. “Indian troops deliberately target the civilian population and have committed 2,333 ceasefire violations in 2020 martyring 18 civilians and injuring 185 persons. The number of ceasefire violations started increasing since 2014,” the DG ISPR said. “The purpose of this provocation is to divert the world’s attention from the brutalities being committed against the people of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and the minorities in India, Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar maintained. “Kashmiris have been held hostage on their own land. The United Nations (UN) has issued a detailed report regarding the Indian barbarity in occupied Kashmir, and this issue should be solved under the UN resolutions.” The delegation also comprised Representatives of the European Union and the World Food Programme. The visitors met the victims of Indian firing as well.