DG ISPR Warn India of Stronger Response than Feb 27

  • PAK-IND relationship has taken a turn for the worse since India decided to revoke Article 370
  • Pakistan Army has warned India of a stronger response than Feb 27 in case of any misadventure.
  • Director-General ISPR refuted the allegations of the Indian Ministry of Defence and termed them, as usual, blatant lies.
DG ISPR Warn India of Stronger Response than Feb 27
DG ISPR Warn India of Stronger Response than Feb 27

Pak Army media wing dismissed a statement made by the Indian Chinar corps commander in which he accused Pakistan.

Pakistan Army of being involved in disrupting the peace in Kashmir Valley. Major General Asif Ghafoor, in his series of tweets, rubbished an Indian general’s accusations. Maj Gen Ghafoor wrote:

He pointed out the media blackout in IoK and said the situation is completely opposite in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).

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Major General Ghafoor warned:

He concluded the series of tweets by lauding the resilience and resolve of Kashmiris.

“Many Indian troops have failed to suppress just struggle of brave Kashmiris for decades. The current surge will not succeed either.”

These tweets were in response to the Indian army general’s accusation that Pakistan was openly threatening India about certain incidents in Kashmir.

Tensions have soared between Pakistan and India since India decided to abrogate the special status given to Occupied Kashmir.

India has also shut off communications, internet, cellphone and landline networks in occupied Kashmir. Indian authorities have clamped strict curfew and other restrictions after the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) placed the occupied Kashmir under military siege. It announced the revocation of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan doesn’t want war but, if India imposes, then it will give a befitting response.

The Prime Minister also said that Pakistan will take the issue of Indian violence against Kashmiris to the United Nations.



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