"Pakistan has made Jammu and Kashmir a living hell. Pakistan soldiers are ceaselessly indulging in ceasefire violations and also beheading our soldiers. Their dastardly actions have destroyed the state peace," said one of the protestor.
Citing the sufferings and death of innocent civilians, besides the attack on Indian troops, the demonstrators further added that such brutal acts will not be tolerated any more.
"Our government has not taken any stern action so far, which is why Pakistan has been so daring in beheading our soldiers. From the past three years Pakistan has enhanced the number of ceasefire violations. We blame it on government's foreign policy towards Pakistan," said another protester.
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Representatives at the protest asked Indian Government to take strong actions against Pakistan and hoped that international community would do the same, " How can one simply keep beheading the soldiers? What kind of policy is it? We are hopeful that the Government will not only take a strong action but the international community will also favour India in declaring Pakistan a terror state, " the protestors said.
The demonstrators shouted out slogans like 'Declare Pakistan a terror state' and were seen holding the placards displaying quotes like 'Down with Pakistan' jotted down on them.
Heavy police forces have been deployed outside the High commission to deal with the protestors.
Earlier in the day, Pakistan once again violated ceasefire and attacked Indian Army post in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The attack resulted in the death of two civillians.
"Pakistani Army initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars from 0715 hours along the Line of Control (LC) in Naushera sector," said an official statement.
The Indian Army posts are retaliating strongly and effectively and the firing is presently on.