Pakistan’s response to Home Minister Amit Shah’s ‘surgical strike’ statement, said- we are a peace loving country

'बाइडेन ने अब तक नहीं किया इमरान को फोन' गुस्से में पाकिस्तान दूतावास पर भड़के कुरैशी, चिट्ठी लीक होने के बाद से उड़ रहा मजाक

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Relations between India and Pakistan have been strained for a long time. The reason behind this is to foster terror of Pakistan and to infiltrate terrorists into India. At the same time, now once again Pakistan has given a statement proving itself innocent. Pakistan on Thursday said that it is a peace loving country. But India will leave no stone unturned to thwart any ‘aggressive plan’. Actually, this statement of the neighboring country has come because Home Minister Amit Shah had mentioned about the surgical strike in his speech in Goa.

Remembering Manohar Parrikar, former Chief Minister of Goa and former Defense Minister of India, Amit Shah on Thursday said that the surgical strike was a new chapter in India’s defence. Amit Shah said, ‘The surgical strike was an important step under the leadership of PM Modi and former Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar. We gave the message that no one can act on the borders of India. There was time to talk, but now it’s time to reply. Criticizing the defense policy of the UPA government, Amit Shah said that earlier when India’s border was attacked, talks were held. But now is the time for revenge.

What did Pakistan say?

Pakistan said that Amit Shah’s statement is a warning for more surgical strikes and it is irresponsible and provocative. Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement, ‘His misleading statement only reflects the tendency of the BJP-RSS alliance to incite regional tensions for both ideological reasons and political gains, based on hostility towards Pakistan. is based.’ It said, ‘Whereas Pakistan is a peace loving country. We will leave no stone unturned to completely thwart any aggressive plan.

The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said, ‘Pakistan responded swiftly to India’s Balakot audacity in 2019. This includes shooting down an Indian fighter plane and capturing the pilot of the Indian Air Force. This fully reflects the willingness, capability and preparedness of our armed forces to deter Indian aggression.

Amit Shah to visit Jammu and Kashmir

This statement of Home Minister Amit Shah and Pakistan’s response to this has come at a time when incidents of killing of civilians are increasing in Jammu and Kashmir. Amit Shah will visit Jammu and Kashmir from October 23 to October 25, his first visit after the abrogation of Article 370 in August 2019. Significantly, since the abrogation of Article 370, Pakistan has been more chilly. This is the reason why Pakistani leaders keep spewing venom against India every day.

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