ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said India should not mistake Pakistan for Myanmar, adding“our armed forces are fully capable of responding to any foreign aggression and Indian leaders should stop daydreaming”.
The statement was issued by interior ministry on Wednesday, while reacting to recent statements by Indian politicians — including that of Indian Prime Minister.
Modi’s statement soured the atmosphere of Indo-Pak dialogue: Khawaja Asif
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif, speaking to DawnNews outside Parliament House on Wednesday, said the Indian prime minister’s statement was picking on old wounds.
He said Modi’s statement had soured the atmosphere of dialogue between the two countries.
Asif said the government would defend the nation and that if India spoke about teaching Pakistan a lesson, then Pakistan was capable of teaching India a lesson as well.
He said if India tried to do so, Pakistan would provide a befitting reply. He added that Pakistan does not want to ruin regional peace.
India will not succeed in sowing seeds of hatred for Pakistan: Sartaj Aziz
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz while briefing Senate on Wednesday said that Pakistan will do what it can to expose India’s role in the separation of East Pakistan in 1971, and in destabilising Pakistan through terrorism.
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