Pakistan on Friday reminded India of its “defensive boundaries” lest the country’s eastern neighbors once again be “shamefully exposed to the world” as happened after its Balakot and the more recent disaster in Ladakh.
The warnings by Islamabad come days after India’s air force chief claimed that the military was ready for a “two-front war” with China and Pakistan.
In the recent border turmoil along the disputed border between India and China, at least 20 Indian soldiers have died in brutal hand-to-hand combat. Sino-Indo tensions are at an all-time high in decades while the Line of Control (LoC) between Pakistan and India remains heated with regular fighting.
Both Islamabad and Beijing object to India’s illegal move to categorize disputed Jammu and Kashmir into two categories of unity.
During today’s briefing by the Foreign Office (FO), the spokesman said such a provocative state was “a true reflection of the RSS-BJP mindset, a dangerous mix of extremist ideology and hegemonic design”.
“It is ironic that some senior Indian political and military leaders continue to make careers of making provocative statements against Pakistan at the expense of regional peace and security and India’s own security at risk.”
As India’s rhetoric against Pakistan continues despite its more aggressive actions, Islamabad reiterates its warning to New Delhi not to test the determination of the Pakistani nation and its forced armed readiness against any willful wrongdoing by India.
During the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly recently, Prime Minister Imran Khan has also informed the international community about India’s unilateral actions in Jammu and Kashmir and the possible false flag operation against Pakistan.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan, while expressing concern about the false flag operation from India, explained that New Delhi is risking regional peace with its hostile policies,” the foreign minister said earlier while praising the prime minister’s speech at an international forum.
“For the sake of peace and prosperity in South Asia, India must abandon the ‘Chanakya Doctrine’ of the 3rd century and adopt a 21st century model of regional peace and development,” added FO.
FO spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri also called for an investigation into India’s crimes in India’s Illegal Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and said such investigations should be carried out under international scrutiny as all Indian state institutions “have lost credibility due to deep seepage. extremist ‘Hindutva’ ideology ”.
“In September alone, Indian occupation forces killed 19 more Kashmiris, including a woman, in ‘sham encounters’ and so-called ‘guard and search’ operations.”
The international community, especially the United Nations and human rights bodies, should immediately recognize the genocidal tendencies of the RSS-BJP regime and hold India accountable for serious crimes against innocent Kashmiri people, added the FO.