ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan has warned India not to carry out any aggression against it, saying its security forces are fully capable to respond and avert any such attempt.
His statement came in response to remarks made by the Indian Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore following a cross-border attack conducted by the Indian army in Myanmar that based on intelligence “we will carry out surgical strikes at the place and time of our own choosing”.
In a reaction to the Indian minister’s statement, the Federal Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said that it should be clear to India that Pakistan is not a country like Myanmar.
The interior minister said that the Indian leaders should stop day dreaming as their dreams will not turn true. He said that India’s nefarious designs will not succeed in future like past.
The Indian army and air force on Tuesday carried out the surgical strikes in Myanmar in which at least 20 terrorists were killed.
“Western disturbances will also be equally dealt with,” Rathore said during a press briefing in New Delhi earlier today when asked if attacks could be carried out on the western (Pakistan) border.