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“While Pakistan is a peace-loving nation, we’ll spare no effort in resolutely thwarting any aggressive designs,” Pakistan’s ministry of overseas affairs stated issuing an announcement. 

Pakistan on Thursday stated it’s a peace-loving nation however is not going to spare any effort to thwart any ‘aggressive design’ of India. The feedback got here after Union house minister Amit Shah referred to surgical strike in his speech in Goa. Remembering former Goa chief minister and India’s former defence minister Manohar Parrikar, Amit Shah on Thursday stated the surgical strike was a brand new chapter in India’s defence.

“Surgical strike under PM Modi and former defence minister Manohar Parrikar was an important step. We sent out a message that no one can disturb India’s borders. There was a time for talks, But now is the time to reciprocate,” Amit Shah stated.

India now offers befitting reply: Amit Shah warns Pakistan, refers to surgical strike

Criticising the defence coverage of the UPA authorities, Amit Shah stated there used to be talks when India’s border obtained attacked. But now’s the time to reciprocate. “When the terrorists attacked Poonch, India gave a befitting reply in the form of surgical strike. That was the beginning of a new chapter when India conveyed the message that it will give a reply in the same language,” Amit Shah stated.

Pakistan stated Amit Shah’s assertion, which has been interpreted as a veiled warning for extra surgical strikes, is irresponsible and provocative. “His delusional statement only goes to further demonstrate the BJP-RSS combine’s propensity to stoke regional tensions for both ideological reasons and political expediency, based on enmity towards Pakistan,” Pakistan’s ministry of overseas affairs stated within the assertion. 

“While Pakistan is a peace-loving nation, we’ll spare no effort in resolutely thwarting any aggressive designs,” it said. 

“Pakistan’s swift response to India’s Balakot misadventure in 2019, together with the downing of Indian fight plane and seize of Indian Air Force pilot, absolutely demonstrated the need, capability and preparedness of our armed forces to deter Indian aggression,” it stated.

Union minister Amit Shah’s assertion and Pakistan’s response come within the backdrop of elevated incidents of civilians’ killing in J&Okay. Amit Shah will go to J&Okay between October 23 and October 25, his first go to after the scrapping of Article 370 in August 2019.

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