ISLAMABAD: Pakistan warned India on Sunday that any tries of aggression across the border might bring about a difficult-hitting retaliation through Pakistan.
Spokesperson Foreign Office, Dr Muhammad Faisal stated on Sunday that Indian Deputy High Commissioner become given a demarche of objection.
Dr Faisal in addition said that it stern warnings of retaliation were conveyed in case of any attempts of misadventure by using India.
“Indian deputy high commissioner turned into summoned for demarche in step with Foreign Minister’s briefing of nowadays and warned against any misadventure,” he said in a tweet.
Earlier nowadays, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi revealed that India is planning any other airstrike in Pakistan from April sixteen to twenty adding that members of United Nations’ Security Council (UNSC) were informed of Pakistan’s concerns.
“We have reliable intelligence that India has made a brand new scheme and the making plans is underway and there are possibilities of some other aggression in opposition to Pakistan and in keeping with our records this movement can take vicinity between April sixteen and 20,” Qureshi said.