Any misadventure to meet a befitting response; Pakistan tells India
ISLAMABAD: After receiving credible intelligence reports that India was one again plotting military aggression against Pakistan, the Foreign Office (FO) on Sunday summoned Indian deputy High commissioner and warned that any misadventure would meet a befitting response.
FO spokesperson said that Indian deputy High commissioner was summoned at Foreign Office to lodge a protest against possible Indian aggression.
Pakistan would retaliate and give befitting response to any misadventure, the Indian envoy was told.
The warning came after the statement of Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, in which he had said “Pakistan has reliable intelligence that India is hatching a new plot and may resort to military aggression against Pakistan between April 16-20,”
Earlier in the day, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had disclosed that India was once again planning military action against Pakistan.
“An incident similar to Pulwama could recur in the occupied Kashmir valley,” he had said, adding the purpose of this sinister plan was to build diplomatic pressure on Pakistan and justify Indian military action.
Qureshi had said keeping in view these facts, the Foreign Office had decided right away to hold a meeting of the ambassadors of the P-5 counties (UN Security Council’s five permanent members) and briefed them on Pakistan’s concerns about the possible Indian aggression