New Delhi: ‘Indo-Pak Conflict Monitor’, a website is launched in the national capital to monitor ceasefire violations by Pakistan.
The website will document and analyse the trends, patterns and major causes of ceasefire violations.The website states that it is an independent research initiative to monitor ceasefire violations, conflict patterns, and escalation dynamics between India and Pakistan.
The website will generate data on ceasefire violations on the India-Pak border, especially the borders in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), on a daily basis.
The project is directed by Dr Happymon Jacob, a New Delhi-based academic, columnist and commentator. The website states that it will also “suggest policy recommendations for the Indian and Pakistani governments” on ways to reduce ceasefire violations.
On Sunday, Pakistani troops heavy shelled forward posts and villages along the LoC in Poonch district overnight. Ceasefire violations along the LoC and the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir have left 21 people, including 12 security personnel, dead and more than 80 others, mostly civilians, injured this year.