‘Don’t mess with Pakistan’: army warns India
In the midst of crescendoing war delirium and tireless dangers of military activity from India, Pakistan Army on Friday issued an unambiguous cautioning to New Delhi: “Don’t mess with Pakistan”.
“We do not wish to go to war. But please be assured, should you initiate any aggression, you shall never be able to surprise us. We shall, for sure, surprise you,” the chief military spokesperson, Major General Asif Ghafoor, said during an unusual media briefing.
“We shall dominate the escalation ladder. We shall have superior force ratio at decisive points. Never think that we shall fall short of capacity,” said Maj Gen Ghafoor.
“We have singleness of conception – from the prime minister to the common citizen, including all political parties and other segments of society – from our chiefs down to the soldiers. We have the will and determination,” he added. “We are ready to respond to full spectrum threat.”
He said India was accusing Pakistan of warmongering, while in fact it was India which was whipping up war hysteria. “We are only trying to protect our country which is our right,” he added.
War free for all has been clearing crosswise over India even since a young fellow from Indian involved Kashmir (IoK) slammed a vehicle brimming with explosives into a military escort in Pulwama, slaughtering almost four dozen warriors on February 14.
Jaish-e-Muhammad aggressor gathering, which Delhi claims works from Pakistan, purportedly guaranteed credit for the deadliest assault on Indian troops in IoK. Delhi put the fault soundly on the province of Pakistan, sent its troops menacingly near the fringe, and began issuing dangers.
Strikingly, guardians of the 20-year-old aircraft, recognized as Adil Ahmad Dar, have said that he had joined the activist gathering after he was pummeled and mortified by Indian troops while coming back from school with companions.
In spite of the fact that the Pulwama assault appeared to strike a nerve in India, with developing calls for ‘vengeance’, guard investigators state India has couple of good military alternatives.
Islamabad has offered India each conceivable help to explore the assault and even held out a confirmation that move would be made whether Delhi shared sound proof of the inclusion of any gathering utilizing Pakistan’s dirt for assaults in terrain India.
“After the Pulwama attack, Pakistan studied and evaluated the situation and then responded. The proposals given to the Indian government have never been given in the past to any Indian government. This is Naya Pakistan,” said the military spokesperson.
India, be that as it may, summarily dismissed the offers and rather compromised Pakistan with a variety of dangers, including careful strikes, worldwide segregation, and water supply cut.
In spite of the fact that Pakistan has been putting forth mollifying expressions regardless of India’s warmongering, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday approved the military to react “definitively and extensively to any animosity or misfortune by India”.
Ghafoor, the chief general of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), lamented that India rushed to stick the fault on the province of Pakistan without examinations. “Directly after the assault, India began denouncing Pakistan without considering and with no proof,” he included.
The military spokesperson ruled out the possibility of infiltration into IoK from Pakistan. “Once you cross the LoC (Line of Control), there are multiple layers of Indian
An Indian military leader has additionally said that it was impractical for somebody to bring such an enormous measure of explosives by penetrating the LoC.
“The explosive material [used by the Pulwama bomber] may have been taken from stashes of explosives being used to broaden the Jammu highway where the attack occurred,” Lt Gen DS Hooda, who commanded the Indian army’s Northern Command during a similar crisis in Sept 2016, told The New York Times.
Maj Gen Ghafoor exhorted India to scrutinize its own security powers conveyed in IoK for as far back as 70 years. “It is a disappointment of their knowledge,” he said.
“India has always conspired against Pakistan through terrorism. It also forced war on Pakistan in 1965,” the military spokesperson said. “New Delhi has yet not accepted the reality of Partition.”
He said Pakistan has fought war against terrorism for a long time. “Pakistan has attained peace today after a lot of sacrifices and hardships – and today, we are moving towards a better future”.
The spokesperson said that “countries do not and cannot develop individually. If the region wants to progress and prosper, then we cannot go to war”.
Maj Gen Ghafoor appreciated the coverage of Pulwama attack by the local media in Pakistan. Unlike the Indian media, Pakistani journalists have covered the incident very responsibly. “The entire Indian media is obsessed with war journalism, while Pakistani media is trying its best in doing peace journalism. I applaud Pakistani media for it.”
In the interim, the military representative said previous Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) boss Lt-Gen (retd) Asad Durrani had been discovered blameworthy of disregarding the military set of accepted rules.
“An inquiry against him is underway. Durrani has been found guilty of violating the military code of conduct. He is no more entitled to pension and facilities and his name has been placed on the Exit Control List (ECL).
Lt Gen Durrani has co-composed a book, The Spy Chronicles, with Amarjit Singh Dulat, a previous head of Indian government operative office Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
The military representative likewise uncovered that two senior military authorities were an examination on reconnaissance charges. “Two senior military authorities are under guardianship on charges of undercover work. They are not part of a system and the military boss has requested their court-military,” he said without explaining.
Then, the DG likewise read a joint message of the administration’s boss, who promised to stay relentless and decided for the nation’s protection.
In a casual discourse with writers after the question and answer session, the military representative said the Kashmir issue will be settled soon as not at all like the past, it was being talked about around the world.Disclaimer:We do not allow users to post content which is copyright and We take strict actions against the users who post infringement content on our website.Although we do not host any content, users post embed videos from youtube, facebook, Dailymotion and Vimeo and are moderated before posting but we still take strict action against the copyright videos posted.If you are an official representative of any company whose videos are posted illegally on our website or you think some video infringe the copyright then you can simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org