India to face strong response in case of any surgical strike: DG ISPR
RAWALPINDI: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lt. Gen. Asim Salim Bajwa categorically rejected India’s claim of conducting “surgical strikes” along the Line of Control and said Pakistan Army is ready to effectively respond to any such aggression.
Speaking exclusively to ARY News, Gen Bajwa said India was trying to tamper facts after Pakistan forces befittingly responded to them in the border fire.
“You (India) can make such claims to satisfy your own public, but there is no substance in these reports,” said the Pakistan military spokesperson.
“India often leads aggressive escalations along the border and their act falls under different violations.”
He said Indian Director General Military Operations Lt Gen Ranbir Singh held a briefing and made claims of surgical strikes, which is totally false.
The DG ISPR said India violated the LoC ceasefire and after Pak Army response, they diverted attention with baseless claims.
“We have given our clear response in the United Nations on Indian brutality in the Occupied Kashmir.”
He said Pakistan is already pursuing its anti-terror fight in full swing. Zarb-e-Azb is going well and India may not be pleased with it.
He said India must refrain from such acts as it won’t serve them any purpose.