Basit was called in by Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar to convey India's strong views on the incident. Photograph:( AFP )
Pakistan's high commissioner to India Abdul Basit was summoned by MEA ||The foreign secretary of India expressed India's strong protest on the beheading of two security forces personnel ||India demanded strong action against those who committed the unsoldierly act
India today summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit and demanded strong action against the Pakistan Army personnel responsible for the mutilation of two Indian soldiers at Krishna Ghati sector in Jammu and Kashmir.
Basit was called in by foreign secretary S Jaishankar to convey India's strong views on the incident, the external affairs ministry said.
Foreign Secretary summons Pak HC, conveys India's outrage, demands action against Pak soldiers and commanders responsible pic.twitter.com/lKaRzIlhKb— Gopal Baglay (@MEAIndia) May 3, 2017
Delhi: Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit reaches MEA pic.twitter.com/Ca9UK85Bp3— ANI (@ANI_news) May 3, 2017
The Indian Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) Lt Gen A K Bhatt, on Tuesday, conveyed to his Pakistani counterpart that such a dastardly and inhuman act merits unequivocal condemnation and response.
The Pakistan Army, on Monday, had denied India's charges that it mutilated the bodies of Indian soldiers.
"Pakistan Army did not commit any ceasefire violation on LOC or a BAT action in Buttal sector (Indian Krishna Ghati Sector) as alleged by India. Indian blame of mutilating Indian soldiers' bodies is also false," the Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) said in a statement.
A statement from India's foreign ministry said, "Blood samples of the Indian soldiers that have been collected and the trail of blood on Roza Nala clearly shows that the killers returned across the Line of Control."
Naib Subedar Paramjeet Singh and BSF Head Constable Prem Singh were slain by Pakistan Border Action Team (BAT) by sneaking 250 metres into Indian territory in Poonch of Jammu and Kashmir on May 1.
(WION with inputs from agencies)