Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Surgical Strike 2.0: 'India has called for unwanted aggression'

By Xappie Desk, February 26, 2019 18:56 IST

Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Surgical Strike 2.0: 'India has called for unwanted aggression'

Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Surgical Strike 2.0: “India has called for unwanted aggression”
 
Post the airstrike by Indian Air Force in the wee hours of this Tuesday, that to a day after Pakistan’s supremo Imran Khan sending a peace message, has sent shock waves to the opponent nation.
 
With the scenarios going on, Prime Minister of Pakistan has called for a special meeting of the National Security Committee in view of Indian Air Force strike at Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
 
The committee has addressed the media after the meeting saying that the country condemns the attacks made by the Indian Air Force Balakot where Jaish-e-Mohammad have their camps reportedly. The committee has also asked the Pakistan armed forces and its citizen to remain prepared for all eventualities.
 
“#India has committed uncalled aggression to which #Pakistan shall respond at the time and place of its choosing. This was told to a special meeting of the National Security Committee chaired by the Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad today,” read the tweet posted by the official handle of Government of Pakistan.
 
Qureshi asked the nation to remain calm and said, “Nation should not be worried over the Indian act as the defenders of the country are fully prepared to respond to any misadventure. Pakistan is a peace-loving nation and has registered successes in the war on terrorism,” he briefed the committee meeting.
 
The Committee also accuse that Government of India has planned this non-military action to gain sympathy for elections. “GoI has put the nation's peace and stability at risk at the cost of elections,” added the committee.



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