The News breaks out after a failed attempt against the militants in its northeastern neighbor Myanmar, Indian Minister came up with the most weirdest statement, guess he thinks attacking Pakistan is as simpler as Myanmar.
An Indian minister threatened that the offensive was also ‘a message for Pakistan‘, which lies on its western border.
“We will not tolerate any strikes on India or Indians. We’ll always wield the initiative on either being friendly or engaging in aggressive action. We will strike at a place and at a time of our choosing,” Rathore said, underlining this as the “essence of warfare”.
Asked whether India could engage in similar surgical strikes on terror groups in Pakistan, Rathore said, “This is a message for all countries, including Pakistan, and groups harbouring terror intent towards India. A terrorist is a terrorist and has no other identity. We will strike when we want to.” Indian minister.
The comments by Indian Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore followed an operation by Indian forces against alleged militant camps inside Myanmar.
News on the Pakistani Local channel
Seems like Indian Administration is watching too many Bollywood movies lately, They’ve forgotten that Pakistan isn’t Myanmar, Pak Army is capable of defending and retaliating any aggression against the sovereignty of Pakistan, not only Chief of Pak Army General Raheel Sharif responded, along with it the statement from Interior Minister Choudry Nisar and other political figures lashed out but the people started responding on Social networks as well.
Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif said ” No one should dare cast an evil eye on Pakistan “
The military commanders on Wednesday took stock of the provocative statements coming from the Indian side and vowed to pay India in the same coin in case of any misadventure.
In the Formation Commanders Conference (FCC) chaired by Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif, the Army commanders took “serious notice of the recent Indian hostile rhetoric coupled with covert and overt actions to destabilisePakistan.”
A statement from Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the commanders highly regretted that “Indian politicians not only indulge in actions that are in violation of the United Nations’ Charter but also take pride in claiming their interference in the internal affairs of other states.”
The commanders moot reiterated its resolve to defeat the Indian designs and defend the territorial integrity of Pakistan at any cost with a “befitting response to any misadventure against our country.”
The statement came in response to a warning from Indian Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore that Indian military strikes in Myanmar were a ‘message’ for Pakistan and that India would strike terrorists ‘when and where’ it deemed fit.
India and Pakistan are locked in an intense exchange of harsh statements since last month after Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said that India would neutralise terrorism (from Pakistan) through terrorism.
Recently, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi confirmed India’s involvement in the fall of Dhaka and stated that Indian forces fought along Mukti Bahinis against Pakistan Army in 1971.
Things got messed up when Modi’s recent visit to Bangladesh and he admitted that India was behind the fall of Dhaka, although everyone knew about it but India never admitted before this.
But the recent statement from Indian minister came right after Indian Army carried out operation deep inside Myanmar, Senior army officer Ranbir Singh said the operation “inflicted significant casualties” on the Indian rebels. He said the Indian army “engaged two separate groups of insurgents” in the mountainous forests close to the border with Myanmar.
The offensive came a week after the killing of 20 soldiers in an ambush on a troop convoy in north-east India near the border with Myanmar.
Rathore, a former army officer, said the operation deep inside Myanmar was carried out following “a bold decision” by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Indian Army strikes into the heart of militants. A fitting reply to the enemies of the country. Efficient leadership, strong government,” he said in a separate tweet in Hindi.