Our request from the army is simply to stop the mortar fire and stop the mujahideen. But the army is not responsible. They say that the mujahideen hide from them and cross paths. Of course, the army also helped to control the mujahideen to some extent. They pushed them to stop after the 2003 ceasefire, which is why the fire was stopped. But today, they tell us that infiltration no longer takes place, and we see it as a lie. After magrib (sunset), we see their vehicles.36 2017 was the worst year for arms violations between India and Pakistan since the 2003 agreement came into force. India has blamed Pakistan for 860 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LOC) and the labour border along Jammu-Sialkot, while Pakistan has blamed India for 1,300 ceasefire violations, which left around 100 people dead in 2017 alone. Both sides claim that they are retributing themselves by making the other party responsible for breaking the ceasefire in an «un provoked» manner, boasting that an «appropriate response» has been given and that there has been, on the other hand, a higher number of deaths. While army officers have always played an important role on the Pakistani side in these negotiations, some interviewees felt that on the Indian side, influence has been gained over time. Some of them felt this way in the post-agreement discussions and found that Indian officers attempted to «sabotage» negotiations on the Siachen glacier, for example.55 From the point of the NJ9842 map, it was said to be running north at the international border with China, at a distance of about 60 to 65 km. Since there were no troops in this area of inaccessible glacial sites, no effort was made to extend the ceasefire line between the NJ9842 and the Chinese border.
This area, the Siachen Glacier, eventually became a bone of contention between India and Pakistan.  The conditions and consequences of the 2003 agreement demonstrate the importance of political factors in the cfv figures. As Jacob points out, CFVs fell from almost 5,800 in 2002 to 4 in 2004.27 All respondents who mentioned the agreement said that this was possible because the then President, General Pervez Musharraf, had reduced the risk of CFVs by taking a determined policy action until 2003. In response to the conditions set by Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee for the peace talks, Musharraf used cross-border infiltration, 28 At the time, according to Khurshid Kasuri, Musharraf`s foreign minister between 2002 and 2007, the Pakistani establishment believed that the Indian government was ready to start peace talks because the military stalemate between the two countries was empty after 2001. Under massive pressure from the United States (and the British) to contain activities on their side of the border.30 The two long-running warring sides in Libya`s long-running civil war have signed an agreement to «establish a lasting ceasefire in all parts of Libya,» as the United Nations announced in a Facebook post on Friday.