Any breach of Pakistan’s sovereignty will be dealt with stern action: experts
ISLAMABAD: President Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS) Air Chief Marshal (retd) Kaleem Saadat has said Indian aggression against Pakistan couldn’t be condoned as counter-terrorism operations, ARY News reported.
Addressing a seminar jointly organised by Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS) and the South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) University titled “Pulwama: A Strategic Understanding” in Islamabad, he said human rights violations in the occupied-Kashmir needed world attention and the United Nations must intervene into the matter.
Air Marshal Shahid Akhter Alvi said Pakistan Air Force acted responsibly with restraint during the Indian aggression when it violated aerial boundaries of Pakistan. “Any breach of sovereignty will be dealt with stern and fierce actions,” he added.
Dr. Maria Sultan, Chairperson SASSI University highlighted that India had internationalized the Kashmir issue by attacking Pakistan. “Pakistan should take up the issue of Indian act-of-war, its linkage with Kashmir and the Indian hybrid war imposed on Pakistan to the United Nations.”
Air Marshal (retd) Javaid Ahmed, Director CASS, said that the Indian attempt to achieve high end military objectives under a nuclear overhang was fraught with frightening consequences.
On February 14, at least 44 Indian soldiers were killed in a bomb attack on a paramilitary convoy in Pulwama, located in India-occupied Kashmir.