The Indian Army conducted a cross-border surgical strike in Myanmar early on Wednesday, shortly after the attack Junior Minister for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore in an absurd statement threatened that based on intelligence such strikes could also be carried out on the Western Border (Pakistan). Over the past few weeks there have been a string of such threatening and immature statements from various Indian officials.
Despite Pakistan’s utmost efforts to have friendly relations with India the continued immaturity shown by the Indian Government is utterly condemnable and has proved to the world that India harbours nefarious designs against Pakistan. The illogical statements from the Indian side seem to have emerged after Pakistan’s billion dollar Economic Corridor deal with China. India has also faced continued failure in the Indian Occupied Kashmir with Pakistan’s flag flying in occupied Kashmir becoming a common occurrence. India’s interference in Pakistan is also a well known fact and various reports have emerged over the last few months in which the involvement of Indian agencies in terror activities in Pakistan has been proved.
A formation commander’s conference chaired by General Raheel Sharif at the General Headquarters took serious notice of the continued hostile attitude from India and its designs to destabilize Pakistan. The participants of the commander’s conference reiterated that a befitting response will be given from the Pakistan Army to any misadventure against the country.
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan reacting to the statement from across the border said that India should not mistake Pakistan for Myanmar. He added that Pakistan’s armed forced are more than capable of responding to any foreign aggression and Indian leadership should stop daydreaming. Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said that the hostility from India has soured the atmosphere of dialogue between the two countries.
Pakistan’s Armed Forces are more than capable of teaching India a lesson that it will never forget.