Pakistan Will Give Full Response If War Imposed On Us: PM
On Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan advised India that if New Delhi attempts to "impose" a war on Pakistan, Pakistan would offer it a fair reply.
In an effort to alter the demographics of the occupied valley, PM Khan said senior reporters in Islamabad, we will tell the world that India is carrying out the genocide in Kashmir.
Premier Sha Mehmood Qureshi ruled out fighting between Pakistan and India a couple of hours ago, following New Delhi’s move to deprive Kashmir of special status.
“Pakistan is not looking at the military option. We are rather looking at political, diplomatic, and legal options to deal with the prevailing situation,” said FM Qureshi during a press conference.
The Prime Minister said that it was a conflict of public opinion and we will win it, adding that India could do anything to distract the world's attention from its atrocities.
He criticized the Indian premier and said that the state of Prime Minister Modi had a Hitler-like view.
He assured the country that his administration would increase the problem of Kashmir in every forum.
ISPR/Chief warns India to not do any ‘misadventure’ in Kashmir
Chief Asif Ghafoor, ISPR Chief General, advised the Indian Army that all efforts to "misadventure" would have a "greater" reaction than the one of February 27.
Late Thursday evening, he took to Twitter in response to a text from the commander of the Chinar Indian Army in which said "eliminate" anyone who is trying to interrupt the peace of the valley.
Major General Ghafoor, who termed the video a “Usual blatant lie,” and “attempt to carve out causes for a misadventure to divert world attention from the precarious situation and atrocities” in Indian-Administered Jammu and Kashmir.
“While IOJ&K faces a media blackout, Azad Jammu and Kashmir is open to foreign media and the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan to visit places of their own choosing. Can you do same?” he asked.
“Should there be an attempt by the Indian Army to undertake any misadventure, Pakistan’s response shall be even stronger than that of February 27, 2019,” he warned. “Thousands of Indian troops have failed to suppress the just struggle of brave Kashmiris for decades. This current surge won’t succeed either,” he wrote.
Since the 27 February skirmishes along the control path, tensions between the two nations have been high. Pakistan fired an Indian fighter plane into Pakistan and caught the pilot. A day ago, he was released.
The scenario was dispersed after the Indian pilot was sent home by Prime Minister Imran Khan in appeal for peace. Nevertheless, conflicts have heated up again in India, repealing Article 370 of its constitution. Since the repeal on Monday, the press and telecommunications blackout in the Indian minister of Kashmir have not contributed to the UN' s call for a total restriction on both sides in the region.