ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is all prepared to counter any adventure from Indian side and the same message has been conveyed to all. Although Pakistan will not initiate an attack, it would respond with full force in case of any strike by India.
The armed forces would not let Indians cross the red line, according to the sources.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is in United States to fight Kashmir case and muster international support at the UN General Assembly, discussed latest situation with Army Chief General Raheel.
Tensions between both nuclear-armed states reached a tipping point after the Uri attack, in which seventeen Indian troops were killed in an attack. India blamed Pakistan without any proper investigation or evidence as Pakistan denied the claims.
After incendiary statements from Indian Defence Minister, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif responded by stating that Pakistan Army and the nation was ready to respond to any type of challenge.